Singer Adolf Tagoe of ‘Kakalika Dance’ fame has expressed his profound gratitude to all musicians, the media and friends who supported him on his sister’s burial over the weekend at Nungua in Accra.
Adolf who couldn’t control his tears last Saturday as his sister’s body was been carried to the grave said in an interview that he least expected that support from his fellow brother’s and friends in the music industry.
“It really good a feeling to see and have these individuals show me love on this day even though it was a black day for me. I thank all of you who made time out of your busy schedules to support me say a final goodbye to my sister. I appreciate it and may God bless you all” he added.
The funeral was attended by Slim Busterr, Adani Best, Kwame B from Hitz FM, Terry Bright a lecturer at School Of Performing Arts Legon, DJ Lalu, Papa Bills of Adom FM, elders from the Nungua traditional council, Carlos of UTV, Ohemaa Woy3 Gy3 of Adom FM, Mr. Osei Tutu, a national trumpeter, Papa Cherryl of Obonu FM, and Mr Edger Obiri Ansah his lawyer.
Check out some pictures from the funeral