Gospel musician Kofi Sarpong has disclosed that he is happy about the career of musician Fameye.
The musician, who is also a Chief Superintendent of Police, said he is grateful that God has made Fameye a successful musician in Ghana.
Fameye, born Peter Famiyeh Bozah, lost his parents, who were police officers, at a very young age.
In spite of losing his parents at a young age, the ‘Nothing I Get’ hit singer has weathered the storm to become a household name in the music circle in Ghana.
Kofi Sarpong speaking with MzGee on TV3 New Day revealed that he is blood-related to the Fameye.
According to him, someone from Asante Mampong drew his attention to the fact that they were blood-related so he reached out to him. “We spoke and then we began to meet and talk.”
The ‘Ayeyi Ndwom’ hit singer revealed that, “I like him [Fameye]. In fact, I’m proud of him. He will tell his story by himself”
He added that Fameye has “gone through a lot. We thank God that He has elevated him or has blessed him.”
Asked of his favourite Fameye song, Kofi Sarpong mentioned ‘Nothing I Get’.
In February this year, Fameye was honoured by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia when he joined the Ghana Police Service to celebrate their annual WASSA End of Year Party at the Ghana Police Headquarters.
He was presented with a plaque by the Vice President after performing as the guest artiste during the event.