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It was a nightmare for the defending champions, Bantoma when they lost 0-1 to Nyatsiadze in the final Group B match in the Nana Special Gala.
The lost has seen the champions booted out without obtaining a single point in this year’s competition.
Adams Woode second half goal for Nyatsiadze separated the men from the boys paving the way for Hon Martin Mensah’s guards to set up a difficult semi final encounter with their compatriots, Salem.
This year’s competition has seen very remarkable performances from Nyatsiadze and it is not surprising to see them in the semi finals.
The competition continues on Sunday 1st August, 2021 with the semifinals matches, where Nyatsiadze faces off with Salem and Etsifi taking on Station.
A strong Salem side cut Etsifi 11 Tigers to size when they won 2 – 0 in the final group A game on Sunday afternoon in the ongoing Nana Special Homecoming Gala at Bisease Roman Park.
Two second half goals from veteran defender, Kofi Shaka and new import, Richard Aboagye for the Salem side were enough to seal a vital victory that has taken them to the last four of the competition.
Etsifi was widely tipped to win the game, having showed a strong performance in their opening game against the Odumase, to make their intention of winning the tournament clear. They however make it to the Semifinals. Thanks to the opening game victory.
Salem on the other hand needed only a win to stay in the competition, and they did the needful by over a strong Etsifi side to top the group.
The pocket of disagreement that precluded the game could not mar it’s beauty having the two side putting up their best performances.
The semifinals of the competition will be played on Sunday, 1st August, 2021, when Salem takes on Nyatsiadze with Etsifi taking on Group B leaders, Station.
The father of ace music producer, Sugar Tone has spoken exclusively to radio personality Akwasi Aboagye in reaction to the viral video of his son who was seen in a deplorable state.
The man confirmed he’s the father of Sugar Tone and has come across the viral video of his son who was seen intoxicated with alcohol and looking broke despite his fame and money.
The man told Akwasi Aboagye in the relatively lengthy conversation they had saying his son was introduced to weed by most of the musicians he worked with. He therefore concluded that drug abuse could be responsible for his present predicament.
Sugar Tone is credited for masterminding some of the country’s biggest tunes back in the day. He was the brain behind Bandana’s (now Shatta Wale) Moko Hoo song, Kumi Guitar’s 1 Litre, Dasebre Gyamena’s Setey, Still in Love, etc, Reggie Zippy’s For Sale and Virgin songs and Kofi B’s Daddy.
He also produced songs for other musicians like Daddy Lumba, Ofori Amponsah, and other top-notch stars. However, it seems he could not manage his fame well after he was caught heavily drunk and lying helplessly by the street in a recent video shared online.
When the story of his plight began circulating on social media, UK-based Ghanaian dinger Reggie Zippy equally felt sorry for him and reacted swiftly to this unfortunate development.
Seeing the video, Reggie wrote; “I am so heart broken bro ”
Rapper Trigmatic also joined the conversation by saying; “Reggy Zippy chaleeee! This is painful. You sent me once to go give him some akobam cream at adabraka. Great guy Chale . Let’s talk back door.”
Meanwhile, you can watch the video of his drunken state below;https://www.youtube.com/embed/wzQFPDzt1qA?