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Rev Obofour told me juju is the reason why my music career faded away – Eduwoji breaks silence » ™

Somewhere in 2011, Eduwoji released his first hit song that became the talk of Ghana. Every corner in the country had the song being played.

Eduwoji featured Stay Jay in his single hit titled “Yenko Nkoaa” which was produced by Kaywa.

Eduwoji in an interview with Kumi Kasa and Jah Solo on a Koforidua-based radio station ABEN 94.9 FM disclosed some reasons behind his absence in the music industry for quite some years.

Many were worried about what actually was wrong with the “Yenko Nkoaa” hitmaker however, he made his fans privy to a chronic disease that struck him down after his hit song.

He said he was managed by “Under One” but for some unknown reasons his manager made him aware he could not manage him together with his counterpart Stay Jay and thus parted ways with him.

Eduwoji narrated bitterly that the disease blocked a lot of his opportunities to travel abroad to perform his hit song.

He said the illness attacked him on the same day he was supposed to travel abroad for a show and as a result, he could not travel.

He furthered that the illness landed him at Rev. Obofour’s church for over 2 years after the hospitals diagnosed nothing wrong with him. And it’s at Obofour’s church that it was revealed that juju is hunting him the reason why his music career is not progressing.

Watch interview below

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