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Ghanaian artistes Reggie Zippy and Bollie who are contesting in the X Factor talent hunt in the UK have received massive support from the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts.

The minister, Dzifa Abla Gomashie, posted on her Facebook timeline on 15th November, 2015 thus: “Agooo, Tin kon kon kon tin kon, Agooo! These Creative Arts Ambassadors are raising the flag high in the X Factor competition in the UK. They are loved and are doing very well.
Please vote. Tweet about them. Let it trend. This good news must sell. Go on the Internet and check them out. Support your countrymen. Keep them in your prayers. One love!
Reggie ‘N’ Bollie go get them!
Let’s go Ghana!”

The duo that was rejected at Britain’s Got Talent has made marks with their sparkling performances at the X Factor.

They have also changed their name from Menn on Point to Reggie n Bollie after they made it to the top 12 finalists.

The two became instant favourites with the X Factor judges and the audience when they performed their crazy-catchy own song Turn It Up with boundless energy that even provoked a smirk from Simon Cowell.

Last week they made it to the top 7 and are billed for the world tour next year. These are Ghanaian musicians making it big on a big platform like X Factor, so definitely they need our support.

To vote for Reggie and Bollie, call via mobile 6505105, via landline 09020505105. You can also download the X Factor App on iTunes or Google play to vote free 5x for Reggie and Bollie.
Source: Kwame Dadzie

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