Akufo Addo’s daughter flies King Promise to UK to perform at her birthday party

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Edwina Akufo-Addo, the daughter of Ghana’s president, has reportedly thrown an expensive bash in faraway London, to celebrate her 35th birthday and the interesting part is she flew one of the new crops of musicians from Ghana to perform for her.

The event was held at a hotel identified as Cheddars Hotel, London and per videos in the possession of The Herald, Edwina Akufo-Addo, threw caution to the wind and partied hard with friends and loved ones.

She appeared drunk as her dance failed to follow a particular rhythm. She was seen with a glass filled with a liquid substance suspected to be hard liquor as she kept dancing.

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Dressed in all red outfit with a pencilled-heel shoe to match, Edwina had taken the centre stage with her dancing moves, to tunes from Ghanaian artistes, inviting cheers and applause from the guests she had invited.

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On the low stage, was her name on an electronic board. Ms Akufo-Addo, reportedly flew artistes, including King Promise to the United Kingdom (UK) just after the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) for her birth bash, while Ghanaians, continue to debate about Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy clash at the awards ceremony.

The spacious venue and the expensive chandelier, also show a lot of Pound sterling, may have been spent to celebrate the President’s last daughter birthday.

Although the cost of the lavish birthday bash is not yet out, it may have cost her a fortune sending some friends, family members and the artists abroad.

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