Lynx Entertainment signed artist, Eugene Kwame Marfo, well known as Kuami Eugene has received signed jerseys from the African compatriots Kelechi Iheanacho and Daniel Amartey after he visited Leicester City for a game against Watford.
The singer was given a great reception after he stormed the King Power Stadium on Sunday to watch the Foxes in their 4-2 win over Watford.
The Afrobeat and Highlife singer stated he was in the stadium to support his African brothers in a tweet, later adding that the players had shown him a lot of love. Kuami Eugene shared some photos of his Executive ticket and the great reception they gave him at the stadium.
After the game, he was given two signed jerseys by Kelechi Iheanacho and Daniel Amartey for the love he showed them at the game.
See the photos below:
In other news, renowned Ghanaian media personality cum DJ, Andy Dosty has narrated how he was embarrassed and forced to stop playing Kidi’s “Touch It” in South Africa at the Inter-African Tradefair (IATF) 2021.
According to Andy Dosty, he was tasked to represent Ghana at the Creative Africa Nexus at the Inter-African Tradefair 2021 held in South Africa.
Speaking with KMJ on the Daybreak Hitz show aired on Hitz FM, Andy Dosty narrated that he was doing as required of him by being the DJ for the occasion. While he was performing his duties, he decided to blend the atmosphere with some good tunes from Ghana.