Ghanaian boxer, actor and musician, Braimah Isaac Kamoko popularly known as Bukom Banku is hoping to grab an award at the next edition of the Ghana Music Awards with his new High Life song titled ‘Anyemi’.
Bukom Bank in an interview with MzGee on Hitz FM said ‘Anyemi’ is a song which talks about hypocrites in society and it will surely take an award.
“This song ‘dei33’ by all means it will take award. Me I feature this two people: Fanny and King Jerry. I did this song because of the Bukom people, they laugh with you but their minds are not correct. If you have money, they spend it with you but if you face trouble, then you will see your mother.”
The controversial boxer also revealed his intentions to produce his own movie entitled ‘Aburi Girls’ which will feature his ‘partner in crime’ Ayittey Powers.
“My film will be out this year, I’m writing the script. It would feature Ayitey Powers, Atta Chorkor and others from Bukom. Some girls in my area travel to Aburi for prostitution.”
According the boxer, his inability to complete Junior High School will not hold back on his decision to provide his children with the desire education.
“I went for school at Accra Royal around the James Town Police Station. But me I didn’t make it to Senior Secondary School. I was done at JHS 1. I did not continue through because I beat my teacher. My teacher misbehaved so I gave him some punches and I was sacked from the school but I don’t care because I don’t think school can do anything for me,” he recounted how was expelled from school due to his stubborn behavior.
Bukom Banku has an undefeated record of 27-0-0 (20 K0).
He first rose to prominence by winning a bronze medal in the Heavyweight 1999 All-Africa Games organized in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Kamoko won the WBO Africa Light Heavyweight title in 2011 and the WBO Africa Cruiserweight title in 2012. Between 2013 and 2015, He fought only once in over two years, however, and his boxing career appeared at a standstill, having not left Africa to fight a world class opponent, and inactivity.