Poetry lovers were not left out of the fun and excitement at this year’s GUBA Awards which was held in London recently.
Before, Kuami Eugene, AB Crenstil and other musicians would mount the stage to thrill the audience, there was a poetry performance by Philip Dua Oyinka, popularly known as Nana Asaase.
[contextly_sidebar id=”UA4owmmlWUBTyqEqCYnUz78eiwnBQd5a”]Nana Asaase was the opening act for the programme which awarded personalities like Stormzy, Michel Dapaah (Big Shaq), broadcaster, Kwame Sefa Kayi, among others.
This year’s Ghana UK- Based Awards was held at the InterContinental Hotel in Greenwich, on Saturday July 14.
Nana Asaase, a member of the National Folklore Board, has rich experience spanning more than a decade.
He blends the English Language with local languages, employing vivid metaphors and music to present a bridge between tradition and modernity.
He has performed for several prominent audiences including heads of state, academics, and entrepreneurs.
Nana was also the official poet the Ghana @61 celebration which was held in the United Kingdom earlier this year.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana