Popular Music Producer, Fredima Pays Tribute To Kwadwo Akwaboah Senior

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Popular Ghanaian music producer, Fred Kyei Mensah has paid tribute to Kwadwo Akwaboah Senior.

Mr Akwaboah Senior, the father of singer, Akwboah Jnr, was announced to have died on Tuesday, May 16, 2023.

Fredima, as he is affectionately called, paid tribute to him in a post sighted by Zionfelix.net.

He revealed they had an unfinished business.

Mr Kyei Mensah also recalled the last time they met physically and spoke on the phone on a different day.

READ ALSO: Father Of Akwaboah Jnr Dies

He further disclosed how happy the deceased was when he revived his studio.

Fredima wrote: “OUR UNFINISHED BUSINESS, REST WELL KWADWO AKWABOAH. I am sorry for your demise my senior keyboardist and, i am also grateful that, i NEVER ever rejected your calls 📞 for the little favors you sought from me. You were happy when you heard that, i had revived my studio 🎙 after my ordeal for almost 7 years. The last time we met physically was at the funeral of AB Crenstil on the 5th Nov, 2022 when you asked me to hold your hands ✋️ and direct you to go greet the wife of AB Crenstil.

I had booked my studio ready for our hilife recordings when you called me from Techiman on the 13th April, 2023 that, you were relocating to Kumasi for good because of the difficulty in your daily life in Accra and that, you will call me for the recordings when you settle. You fought hard to bring your health conditions especially, your eye 👁 problems, to get a solution.

Now praise thee all famous men….Rest well one of the prolific keyboardist in the world 🌎. I am sad and thinking of what will happen if we go through such turmoil. Wo nnim me a, hw3 me na ko. Ahina a, y3de ko nsuo na abo yi. Da yie Kwadwo Akwaboah, the father of Gladstorm Akwaboah. Good beads don’t rattle.”

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