TRACK: Ghanaian Gospel Singer Wegeiwor Releases New Banger Titled ‘Kuzo Ku Duba’ – CHECK IT OUT

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Ghanaian gospel singer, Wegeiwor is out with a new single titled ‘Kuzo Ku Duba’ which means ‘Come and Witness.

Sang in Hausa and Dagbani, ‘Kuzo Ku Duba’ is an inspired song of Wegeiwor’s life story as the ‘Unwanted Child’ who is now in a season of blessings!

ccording to her: “It took only the will of God to make me part of the living. Looking around me and seeing the blessing of the Lord reminds me of where I could have been.”

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Wegeiwor, born Patience Aseweh Abor hails from Kayoro, a village in the Upper East Region of Ghana.

She trained as a nurse and subsequently acquired a master’s degree and she is a PhD holder in Management from the University of Southampton. Currently, she is a lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School.

Apart from being blessed with a great voice, she also has a deep passion for the vulnerable and is already embarking on a project to better the lives of lots of women and children in deprived areas.

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She has produced songs like ‘Wo So,’ ‘Osorofie,’ ‘Ma Mbisa’ among others.

Listen to Kuzo Ku Duba by Wegeiwor by clicking here.

By: citinewsroom.com/Ghana

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