Veteran Ghanaian highlife musician, Amakye Dede, believes that the death of his colleague, Nana Tuffor, will leave a huge void in the music industry.
Eulogizing his friend, Amakye Dede recounted how Nana Tuffour helped him at the beggining of his music journey.
“It’s through Nana Tuffour that I got to know one engineer in Germany called Bodo Staiger, it was Nana Tuffour who recorded there first before he told me that the guy who good. It was through him that I got contact to Bodo and started working with Bodo. For Nana. I’ve also been playing with him on the same stage, we perform together both her and abroad. His absence will bring much gap in music industry. Because Nana is very influential in the music thing so as we miss him now. All I can say is that my the good God receive him in a good place.”
Nana Tuffour, popularly known as 9-9-2-4, died on Monday after a short illness.
He was 66-years-old.
Known for hit-songs like ‘Abeiku,’ the singer with over 15 albums to his credit.