Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin, has declared a state-assisted burial in honour of the late Highlife legend, Nana Ampadu.
This statement was announced at the Weekly Jubilee Press Briefing taking place today at the Jubilee House.
“Finally, the President has taken the decision to honour the late, legendary Ghanaian highlife musician, Nana Ampadu, with a state-assisted burial in honour of his services to the growth of Ghanaian music.
This information will be duly communicated to the family of the late singer. And a befitting burial ceremony will be held for this noble son of Ghana.”
Highlife musician Nana Ampadu died on Tuesday, September 28, after a short illness. May his soul rest in peace.