Bandax Is Talking Pure Rubbish, I Do Not Wash Plates In London-Sony Achiba

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Sony Achiba
Sony Achiba

According to a recent publication by Flex Newspaper, Ghanaian music and movie producer-Alhaji Banda aka Bandex on Adom Fm`s Entertainment Hall hosted by Kojo Preko Dankwah on 25th January, 2014 mentioned that Ghanaian musician-Sony Achiba is currently in London washing bowls/plates for a living…

The Newspaper quotes Bandex as saying; “Could you imagine that an artiste like Sony Achiba now works in a pantry in London, where he washes utensils? This is how our music industry has deteriorated to. Our musicians are suffering a lot and so we need to help them’’ .

GhanaCelebrities.Com reached out to Sony Achiba to establish if there was any truth in the above comment made by Bandex, as reported.

Irritated and shocked, Sony Achiba who could not believe why Bandex will pour out such a lie about him said; “there is no truth in that. In fact, I am surprised that Bandax who does not know me from anywhere will conjure such a lie about me and throw it out on a widely listened to platform like Adom Fm”.

Sony Achiba continued “I am out here in London for personal reasons and to be frank, I’ve made several musical appearances out here in London, performing at various concerts out here. Therefore, I’m not struggling when it comes to music, neither am I doing any sort of menial job out here in London”.

“If Bandex really said what I’ve read online about me, then I am not only disappointed in him, but I can say, he is talking pure rubbish—and his comment is a taint on my reputation”, Sony added.

Just last December, Sony Achiba performed in Luton, wowing several Ghanaians with his ‘India’ dance moves and swag—taking them back to the days when his music dominated the airwaves in Ghana.



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  1. WHAT IF HE WASHES PLATES ???? WHAT IS WRONG WITH IT?  I FIND  THIS MENTALITY OF SOME OF US GHANAIANS IS VERY SHALLOW. WHY WNT THE YOUTH ENGAGE IN QUICK MONEY VENTURES LIKE SAKAWA AND BLOOD MONEY. MOST OF US GHANAIANS WANT LIFE   “SERVED ON A GOLDEN PLATTER” WE ARE NOT READY TO TOIL OR SWEAT TO GET WHAT WE WANT. WE WANT EVERYTHING   ALL- READY-MADE.  
    I’D RATHER RESPECT SOMEONE WHO DDNT INVOLVE HIMSELF IN ANY ILLEGAL VICE TO EARN MONEY BUT RATHER TO WASH  TO SURVIVE.