There is a good news for the fans of Ghanaian music duo, Reggie N Bollie.
The group consisting of Reggie Zippy and Bollie Babeface has been billed to perform at Elizabeth II, the Queen of England’s birthday celebration expected to happen on Thursday, May 31 at the British High Commission’s residence in Accra, Ghana. The group due to their performance on Thursday arrived in Ghana on Monday, May 28 to prepare for the birthday celebration, zionfelix.net is reliably informed.
Whilst in Ghana, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie paid a courtesy call on the first gentleman of the land, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Tuesday, May 29. The group during the meeting with the president discussed ideas they have planned to promote the country outside Africa as tourism ambassadors. In an Instagram post after their interaction with the 74-year-old leader, the two who recently released “Whine Up” song took to Instagram to express their profound gratitude to him for taking time off his busy schedules to spend time with them.
“We had the privilege of sitting with our president of Ghana @nakufoaddo yesterday. As tourism ambassadors we also discussed the Ghana agenda and using our creative arts as a tool to positively promote our country. It was really reassuring to know that the president also believes in establishing the right systems n structures in the Ghana music industry to help maximise profits n attract more investors.
Our president has officially received his copy of our first album #uncommonfavours . Please put some respect on it😄😄 #SeeGhana #WearGhana #EatGhana #FeelGhana” they wrote on Instagram.
Reggie ‘N’ Bollie’s performance at the Queen’s birthday party is their first show in Ghana as a duo. Queen Elizabeth is the world’s oldest reigning monarch since being crowned Queen of England and the British Commonwealth in 1952.