"My Photo Was Used Wrongly, I Never Said GFA Is Corrupt" - Singer Gambo Bashir
Ghanaian Rapper and Songwriter, Gambo Bashir has revealed that he has not made any comments which seeks to tag the Ghana Football Association (GFA) as a corrupt entity as speculated by some media outlets.
According to the Singer, since both personalities have the same names, his image was mistaken used by some media outlets for that of the retired Ghanaian footballer.
He explained that the unfortunate incident created an impression that he was speaking against corruption at the Ghana Football Association.
However, the fast-rising singer and "Kwacha" hitmaker said “I told GFA not to invite me because of corruption”.
Gambo is a young Ghanaian musician who released his debut track "Kwacha" on February 5.
Born in Ghana, the musician left to Guyana at an early age of 5 years but returned to Ghana at the age of 11 to continue school his basic education at SAPS and completed there in 2012.
He furthered his education at Legon Presbyterian Boys, where his music passion was ignited and his music journey began.
He completed in 2015 and went on to win the Ultimate Ghana Teen Choice Award at the Ghana Teens Choice Awards that same year.
Gambo is the only Ghanaian artiste ranked in the top 5 upcoming African Acts in Spark Magazine with his song featuring Fortune Dane and Legacy, “Aye Aye”.
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith