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Bob Okala's Legacy Shouldn't Be Forgotten- Ajeezay

Samuel Tweneboa Kodua

Jan. 23, 2021

Ghanaian comic, Ajeezay has shared that he has committed his profession to keeping the tradition of the late Bob Okala alive. He alluded to Bob Okala as a decent individual and a pioneer who has not been given the acknowledge he merits as a comic.
Talking in a meeting with Chelsy Sey on Y 97. 9 FM' s Ryse N Shyne show, Ajeezay stated, " The entire cover vibe is a push to help keep Bishop Okala' s heritage alive. I really found a method of lecturing Okala' s heritage in my art as a joke artist. He is a decent individual and a pioneer worth celebrating" .
For him, pioneers in the different ventures in Ghana have not been dealt with well. " At the point when these pioneers are at their pinnacle and go off the scene unexpectedly, they understand that things are extreme and they don' t actually get a single thing from the business they fabricated" .
Ajeezay who has confidence in post- existence expressed, " I trust in inheritance and I think attempting to make his heritage hold while he is away in the profound domain will guarantee he is dealt with well" . Samuel Kwadwo Boaben otherwise called Bishop Bob Okala, was a Ghanaian entertainer and entertainer mainstream for the comic jobs he played on GTV program Key Soap Concert Party. He passed on in 2016 in the wake of imploding during a phase execution in Koforidua.
Ajeezay has also entered music but doing it in a comedy style, like doing covers of some of the trending songs in Ghana. He did a cover for the song " Jerusalema" by Master KG. " Open School" , a cover track for Kuami Eugene' s track " Open Gate" and Shatta Wale' s " Gringo. " He also featured Ay Poyoo on a track called " App Remix. "
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