After All My Hardwork In Helping Peace FM To Become What It Is Today, They Have Neglected Me – Judas Laments (+Video)

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Veteran Ghanaian actor Tweneboah Kodua popularly known as Judas has lamented on how he has been neglected after helping Peace FM become what it is today.

In a recent interview with Kwaku Manu on the aggressive show, Judas bemoaned that;
“We were those who made Peace FM, Peace FM. Even before the station was named, I was part of it. Santo was part of it. Kwame Sefa Kayi and Maame Afia Konadu were standing there as well. We stood under a tree to discuss the name that should be given to the station. Human beings are ungrateful.”

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An emotional Judas expressed his disappointment over how Kwame Despite and Peace FM neglected him despite contributing to their success.

Judas further lamented on how he was one of the founders of the award winning radio station. He explained how his efforts, sacrifices and contributions were all for nothing.

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“We used to go to Despite to make jingles for the station,” he added.

It can be recalled that somewhere in 2016, it was reported that Judas was forced to abandon his acting career to live in the U.S.A in search of greener pastures.

According to the report on Myjoyonline, he was forced to travel to USA in search of greener pastures because things were not going on well for him in Ghana.

Meanwhile Judas has been off the acting scene for a while now. He started off his career with his colleague the late Bob Santo. These two were a delight to listen to on radio and watch on TV.

Well as they say, there is always two sides of a coin and for that matter we at GhBase.com will follow this story and update you accordingly.

Watch the full interview below;

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