Ghanaian music legend, Kojo Antwi, on Thursday congratulated President John Dramani Mahama on his December 07 election victory.
Speaking during a courtesy call on the President at The Castle, Mr. Antwi who is popularly known as Mr. Music Man, said he and other players in the creative arts industry are looking forward to greater collaboration with Mr. Mahama’s administration to develop the sector and contribute to national development.
Kojo Antwi was accompanied to The Castle by Malian singer, Salif Keita, with whom he will be performing on Monday December 24, 2012. Mr. Antwi’s 24th December concerts have been a marked event on the Ghanaian Christmas calendar and draws large crowds every year.
President Mahama, who has been a patron of the concerts in previous years, said the expected performance of the duo would make a night a wonderful one. He noted that he is a lover of the music performed by Kojo Antwi and Salif Keita.
Salif Keita praised Mr. Mahama for his humility, noting that he did not believe that they could get an audience with a President with such short notice.
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