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Gyakie Causes Commotion In Her Sister’s School Following Surprise Visit

Gyakie’s surprise visit to her sister’s school caused a tremendous uproar. Being a renowned female artist in Ghana and Africa, her celebrity status attracted both students and teachers, who were eager to catch a glimpse of her.

Excitedly, they surrounded her, trying to capture videos of her on their mobile phones. Even the teachers and staff couldn’t contain their excitement as they exchanged pleasantries with the talented ‘Rent Free’ artist.

Although we are still awaiting confirmation of Gyakie’s sister’s name, we know that she is a student at St. Roses Senior High School.

St Rose’s Senior High (Rosec or Roses) is a public Catholic high school for girls, located in Akwatia in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The second-cycle high school was founded in 1965 by the Dominican Sisters.


Gyakie suprises her kid sister school!!

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Gyakie was in the news when she subtly jabbed Sheila, her half-sister who is also an up-and-coming artist, attempting to follow in the footsteps of their legendary father, Nana Acheampong.

It appears that Gyakie desires to be the only torchbearer of her father’s musical legacy.

Therefore, when asked about her sister Sheila Acheampong’s prospects in the industry, Gyakie confidently stated to the TV3 interviewer that she is the only artiste carrying on their father’s musical heritage.

“I’m the only artiste from my dad so let’s move on,” when she was asked if her sister is an artiste.

In the past, Shiela has made it clear that she can succeed in the music industry without needing an endorsement from her father Nana Achaeampong or her sister.

Source – Tru News Report


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