The fan, Ama Nyarkoa aka Flow really enjoyed herself at the concert and below is a narration of exactly what happened:
“She had dialled advertised numbers for ticket reservations to the concert. A male voice at the other end had taken her details and assured her of a seat.
Unsure if this reservation would yield the desired result or end up with an apology, she had insisted the ‘receptionist’ be truthful with her. Will I get it? If you fail me come to my house to pick my corpse for Kojo Antwi, she had said.
Back to the concert hall, the voice on the other end turned out to belong to Kojo Antwi himself, who told patrons he wanted to serve them personally for the years of dedication to his programmes. To do so he had assumed a cover name and tweaked his voice to avoid being noticed. Everyone was surprised and cheered the effort.
A number of those he had personally interacted with on phone he called up stage or simply stood up to be acknowledged by the packed hall.
Flow after the show wore that big, happy grin, ‘very surprised’ ‘all this’ ‘not expected’ really happened to her.
She recalled having saved the contact number about a year ago and was unsure if it would lead her anywhere.
“I saved the number a year ago so I was not sure it would work. When the call went through the voice on the other side said he was Miguel and works with Kojo Antwi so I reserved the ticket and told him not to disappoint or they would come for my dead body,” recounted the General Manager of Burger & Relish, Osu, Accra, who said she could sing line-by-line of no less than 95 percent, “if not all” of Kojo Antwi’s songs”.
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