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Ghana: Kwaw Kese Lights up Presec With Epic Performance at 2018 Torch and Bonfire Night


MadTime Entertainment boss, Kwaw Kesse left fans wanting more after his spectacular performance accompanied with dance moves when he mounted the stage at the 2018 PRESEC Torch and Bonfire Night that took place on the school’s campus.

The Swedru sweetheart’s arrival on stage was welcomed by an uproar from this ‘Madtime’ family on Friday October 12, 2018.

Music paramours who thronged the event were thrilled beyond report as they watched the ‘Porkum’ hit singer ‘glare on stage.

Kwaw Kese, affectionately known in real life as Emmanuel Botway, took the stage by tempest performing his famous tunes like Yakubu, Porkum, Poppin, You dey Craze, The World, and others.

He brought to stand his legacy on stage, hallowed with full showmanship, Kwaw Kese, aka Abodam, electrified the audience with tunes that kept them dancing, shouting and singing throughout the performance with his song titled ‘Let me do my thing’.

The evening was climaxed with performances from featured musical stars such as Edem, Kuami Eugene, Tic Tac and other up and coming artiste who treated patrons with engrossing performances.

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Kwaw Kese has been trending this week after slamming his “School Son” Shatta Wale for bragging about his wealth and exhibiting sheer disrespect publicly.
Kwaw Kese disclosed that his reason for hitting back at the Shatta Movement president is that he [Shatta Wale] contradicts himself with regards to championing a good course for the industry.

According to Kwaw, he has no bad blood with Wale but wants him to avoid denigrating other artistes who seem not to share his objective.
He recently released a new diss song for Shatta Wale “Porkum” meaning “Cooked pork mouth”.

Kwaw Kese lights up Presec with epic performance at 2018 Torch and Bonfire Night

The annual Torch and Bonfire Night is an event that brings all ?dade?s in Ghana and all around the world back to the school to reignite the alumni association; induct new ?dade? into the fraternity and most importantly raise funds for developmental projects in the school.

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