On the 13th of March, history was set in Manchester as Quamina MP performed at the city’s biggest stage hosted by ItribeFest.
The ‘Amanfuor Girls’ hit-maker as landed in Manchester and linked up with the CEO of the ItribeFest, Ty Banning.
He was billed to perform to a section of the Ghanaian community there in addition to the whites at History Night Club owned by Ty Banning, a hardworking Ghanaian businessman based in the United Kingdom.
It formed part of Ghana’s Independence Day celebration.
Quamina MP headlined the event and got supported by a few more stars.
Ty Banning who has promised to hostly more shows as soonest is all determined to help push Ghanaian stars to the international front.
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