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2020 Artiste Of The Year Kuami Eugene, Mum Shakes Okay Fm -Video

Kuami Eugene Mum Shakes Okay Fm  || Mrs. Juliana Anina Marfo, the mother of Ghana’s reigning Artist Of The Year, Kuami Eugene, shocked her son at the radio program when she was called in by host Abeiku Santana.

In a video watched by Thatcelebrity.com, Kuami Eugene, who is currently on a media tour, stopped at Okay FM and chatted with the seasoned broadcaster, Abeiku Santana.

 

As the conversation went on, Abeiku Santana, host of the famous Ekwanso Dwoodwoo, called Open Gate singer’s mother to the surprise of the singer.

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Kuami Eugene, who was shocked by the move, said his mother had never appeared on a radio show before.

He seemed to have been very struck by the impact, as he could not speak, and he only looked wide-mouthed.

Abeiku Santana then went on to ask the Kuami Eugene’s mum what her expectations were prior to her son making history.

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According to the Open Gate singer ‘s mother, she called her son on the day of the awards and told him that God was going to grant his heart desires.

She went on to point out that it was the grace of God that had brought her son so far, and she was grateful to all those who supported him in chalking this enviable feat.

Mrs. Marfo went on to thank Kuami Eugene ‘s manager, Lynx Entertainment, for helping her son to strengthen his singing talent so that he could reach such a height.

When asked how old her son was, Mrs. Marfo said that her son was 23 years old.

 

In response, Abeiku Santana suggested that Kuami Eugene was the youngest winner of the coveted Artist of the Year.

Kuami Eugene beat the likes of Sarkodie, Medikal, Diana Hamilton and Kofi Kinaata to win the final VGMA 2020 prize.

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