Gossips24.com can boldly say that Daddy Lumba is not dead, he is alive and kicking by God’s grace.
There were rumours that a popular musician in Ghana had kicked the bucket on Saturday evening.
The news was broken by popular blogger Chris Vincent Agyapong of GhanaCelebrities.com on his Facebook wall.
Not long after, some Ghanaians started mentioning names, and one of the popular names that came up was highlife legend, Daddy Lumba.
However, it appears Daddy Lumba is not dead after all.
Roman Fada, the Public relations officer of legendary Ghanaian highly artist Daddy Lumba has rubbished claims going viral on social media that DL has died.
In Ghpage.com’s exclusive interview with Roman Fada, he wondered why some section of Ghanaians are soo obsessed with announcing the death of Daddy Lumba when it’s never true.
Without mincing words, Roman Fada told Ghpage.com’s senior Editor, Rashad that some Ghanaians are foolish and anyone who keeps spreading the news will be sued.
Roman Fada who was very angry with the false news asked people peddling the lies to tell other well-meaning Ghanaians how many times they want to kill Daddy Lumba with their false claims.
The veteran media personality went on to recount the many times Some people have spread the lies that Daddy Lumba is dead and warned people to put to a stop it.
Roman Fada denied the rumors that Daddy Lumba is dead and assured all his loved ones to have faith that the legendary musician is not going anywhere anytime soon.
Daddy Lumba is a multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician with a career spanning over three decades. Lumba was born Charles Kwadwo Fosu on the 29th of September 1964 in a village called Nsuta Amangoase in the Sekyere Central District, near Mampong in Ashanti Region.
In Germany, he met Ernest Nana Acheampong. Nana had already formed a group called talking dreams with a white man. The only thing Lumba knew at the time was gospel music, and he has credited Nana Acheampong for introducing him to highlife music.
Lumba’s music career started at the age of 16. He was the leader of Juaben Senior High School choir from 1983 to 1984 academic year where Christabel was the music teacher and he completed in 1985. In Juaben SHS, Lumba formed the Lumba Brothers group with his friends Yaw and Kwabena and girlfriend, Theresa Abebrese.
After school, with the help of his girlfriend Theresa, Lumba traveled to Germany to seek greener pastures.