Ghanaian musical hip-life duo consisting of Joshua Kojo Ampah and Andrew Kofi Cudjoe have attributed respect as the reason for them being together for long.
According to Andrew Kofi Cujoe, they both respect each other’s privacy, at the same time they have the understanding that as humans they may have their own differences but still work together to keep the group alive.
They made this statement during an interview on Let’s Talk Showbiz.
“I respect Joshua’s privacy and he respects my privacy, and yes, one thing we do not forget is that we are human beings we do fight, we do have problems but we do not forget the fact that we are working for Keche.
“Keche is a company that myself Andrew and Joshua is also working for, so we can have problems with each other but the company that is bringing food on the table it does not affect it,” Andrew Cudjoe of Keche said.
The duo, won the Group of the Year award at the 22nd Vodafone Ghana Music Awards with their viral hit song ‘No Dulling’ featuring Highlife singer Kuami Eugene.
The song was by far one of the hit and most viral song under the year under review and was one of the top favorites to win the award.
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