It has finally be confirmed that one of the oldest music groups in Ghana WUTAH, will only be a part of musical history.
Nana Poku Ashis who is an ex manager for the group confidently told Andy Dosty of Hitz Fm there isn’t even an iota of hope for reconciliation.
He refused to spill everything but he explained there are core factors responsible for the split and urged well-meaning Ghanaians to accept this fact.
This comes after Wutah Kobby earlier this week broke many hearts with his bold declaration that he was done working with Afriyie Wutah as a group.
The group WUTAH came into the limelight after they placed second to Praye during the Maiden edition of the Nescafe African Revelations competition in Accra.
The very talented duo thrilled music lovers with hits like Kotosa, goosy gander, big dreams and lot more before their initial split.
After years of public outcry, they reunited and produced great bangers. It is very unfortunate their reunion couldn’t be sustained. Afriyie of Wutah has constantly been accused of being too greedy. It’s too bad we will not get to hear any song from the duo again.