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Wanlov rocks Mahama shirt + all the fun photos from ‘Connection Concert’ w/ Sena Dagadu, Ambuley, VVIP, Worlasi,

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Wanlov rocks Mahama shirt + all the fun photos from ‘Connection Concert’ w/ Sena Dagadu, Ambuley, VVIP, Worlasi,

Singer Sena Dagadu led some 15 esteemed colleagues and veterans to crown this this year’s Hungarian Cultural Week with an explosive Connection Concert at Alliance Francais on Friday March 17. One of the highlights apart from the amazing performances was Wanlov wearing an NDC/John Mahama T-shirt. Wanlov has been one of the biggest critics of the former president in the past!

As promised by organisers, the concert achieved a “a unique musical experience”, with massive crowds in attendance and exciting performances from Hungarian urban folk band Zuboly, Wanlov The Kubolor, Stevo the kologo player, hiplife veterans VVIP, fast-rising Worlasi, Hungarian/Ghanaian band RedRed, Gyedu Blay Amboley and Tumi Ansah.

The 2017 Hungarian Cultural Week in its entirety  came off across Hotel Kempinski, Rockstone’s Office and the Alliance Francais between the 10th and 18th of March.

Sena Dagadu is the lead vocalist of Hungarian alternative band Irie Mafia and is author of critically acclaimed albums including Lots Of Trees, Grow Slow, First One, Azdanê, Natural High, Take a Look, Only Solution Remix, Vol. 1, and DA 1 YAH EP 03. Her latest album Feathers was announced at the Django Bar in Accra on March 17th.

See photos from the Connection Concert below courtesy Kwadwo Birikorang Adjei and FotoSina/enewsgh.com

 

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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