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Controversial Ghanaian musician to headline Afropolitan Vibes anniversary

19 March 2014, 11:55

Lagos -  Controversial  Ghanaian musician Wanlov the Kubolor will be in Nigeria  for the one year anniversary of the monthly live music concert Afropolitan Vibe.

The Ghanaian Afro Pop star, Wanlov the Kubolor, whose real name is Emannuel Owusu Bonsu called Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan an idiot for assenting to the anti-gay law in January, and due to his eccentric way of dressing(he wears wrappers and not trousers), vowed to stay away from Nigeria, before he is arrested for being gay in the country.

Wanlov's  song "Thank God we are not a Nigerians" had already caused a stir after it was released.

The musician and his group FOKIN BOIS, which comprises of himself and M3ensa, will be performing alongside the 12 piece Bantu collective, Sound sultan and jazz songstress Aramide.

 Afropolitan Vibes is a monthly live music concert deeply rooted in African musical origins of Afro-beat, Afro-funk, Afro-hip-hop, Afro-pop and Highlife music, and is organized by the musician Ade Bantu.


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