Fameye responds to Ogidi Brown’s plead

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CEO of OGB Music, Ogidi Brown called on the President of Ghana, H.E. Nana Akufo-Addo to reward him before passes on.

Ogidi Brown in a sorrowful post on his social media pages, revealed he has been on admission at the hospital for 8 days and in a serious condition. He stated that since he started doing commercial music in 2016, he has invested a lot and hasn’t gotten any nominations for the reward of his hard work.

Ogidi Brown pleaded with the President of Ghana to come to his aid and reward him for his contribution and good works before he passes on.

Reacting to the post, Fameye responded by offering some words of encouragement and asking God for Long Life and Good Health for his manager and label Boss.

He wrote, “God is in control manager may he bless you with long life and good health #OGBmusik2daWorld #Speedyrecovery🙏🙏🙏❤️ love you”.

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See Ogidi Brown’s post below:


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Celebrate me today, talk about me today, post my picture on social media today and wish me well, pray for me everywhere, Tv and Radio, i want to see this live, Dont let me die before my family will see you were a big fan, I’ve been admitted at hospital for 8days in serious condition, Mr President, Nana Akufo Addo @nakufoaddo this is Ogidibrown, a Ghanaian hiplife/highlife musician. Am the only physically challenged artiste in a wheelchair trying to build the hope of others to know disability is not an excuse, Mr President my problem is Ghana music authorities are cheating me too much, i started doing music commercially from 2016 and I’ve invested alot in music, but i haven’t been nominated before, please i want you to reward me before i die, thank you Mr President thank you Ghana.

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