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Rebecca Akufo-Addo and Catherine Afeku spotted at Ghana Meets Naija 2018
 
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11-Jun-2018  
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Rebecca Akufo-Addo, First Lady of Ghana and Catherine Afeku, Minister for tourism,arts and culture
 
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Both Nigerians and Ghanaians enjoyed an amazing night of good music and dance when Nigerian musicians clashed with Ghanaian musicians on stage to battle it out. Yesterday was the 2018 Ghana Meets Naija concert.

For years, Ghana Meet Naija put together by Bola Rays Empire Entertainment gives Nigerian and Ghanaian artists the platform to battle it out for their fans to choose the best among them.

This year’s edition of the Ghana Meets Naija was held at the Fantasy Dorm inside Trade Fair in Accra and it was heavily attended. The show itself was heavily packed with ace artists from both countries who did not disappoint their fans at all.

Representing Ghana were, Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, Fancy Gadam, King Promise, Yaa Pono, Wisa Greid, Patapaa, Mugeez, and others. There was a surprise performance form Shatta Wale, the self-acclaimed Dancehall King.

Nigerians had Mayorkun, Wizkid, Mr Eazi and others representing the nation. It was simply spectacular.

Besides the normal thousands of audience who were there to enjoy energetic performances, 2018 Ghana Meets Naija saw some VVIP’s passing through to enjoy good music.

Ghpage.com lenses spotted the First Lady of Ghana, Mrs. Rebbecca Akufo-Addo at the concert. Not only her. Catherine Afeku, the Minister for Creative Arts was also spotted at the 2018 Ghana Meets Naija Concert enjoying themselves.
 



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