Samini Loses His Cool Over Fake Prank Calls, Urges Fans To Report Such People To The Police


Ace Ghanaian reggae/dancehall musician, Emmanuel Andrew Sammini, widely known as Samini has taken to his social media to pour down his frustrations about fake prank calls.

In a tweet, the musician lamented that the level of prank calls is becoming very alarming, hence should anyone who comes across anyone fond of such practices should report to the police for them to be arrested.

He stated these prankers are fond of using the ambulance services to fool their victims, hence they need to be dealt with by the law when apprehended.

He wrote; Stop the prank calls pls or better still if you know somebody wey he dey like do that yawa just chook am give koti cus e dey bore chale. My paddy dey work for der and he say so so prank boys dey prank ambulance services especially.. na ay3 d3ng? Kmt

See the tweet below:

In other news, Ghanaian musician, Dennis Nana Kwaku Dwamena, popularly known as KiDi has disclosed his relationship with his adorable son, Zane.

Speaking in an interview with Bliss Kingg on Star FM, Kidi stated that being a father to Zane is a daily learning process for him and he enjoys every bit of adventure he encounters with his son, Zane.

Being a father is a daily learning process. It is a new experience for me and I’m enjoying every bit of it. Every time I see him happy and the kind of man he is growing into and he is such a character as well”, he said.

As a reminder, Kidi announced his status as a father a few years after he became very popular. This sparked mixed reactions on social media as many presumed he was too young to have a kid but eventually, people developed love and admiration for his son.


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