Reports surfaced online that Nana Boroo was in an accident in the U.S. some few days ago. With no further investigation of its authenticity, the story was published online. Nana Boroo denied the rumours and said that it wasn’t true. Then some people started to question whether it was a publicity stunt of Nana Boroo since he hasn’t had a hit for a long time. CEO of the Last Two Music Group, Da Hammer posted a press statement by Nana Boroo’s manager, Paa Kwesi Le-Baron.
Following management meeting on Tuesday the 7th of January we have decided to let the general public and Ghanaians know the whole truth about the recent events involving Nana Boroo.
Nana Boroo and I (manager) met with investors in Canada back in October 2013, which led to further meetings in America most recently. This past Sunday, whiles heading back to the hotel, there was in fact a slight accident due to the heavy snow storm. However, what was reported was never investigated nor cross checked by the media before being portrayed as such.
As you all know, Nana Boroo is a very private person and the malaria ambassador of Ghana, a post he has maintained till date which has previously been held by the Black Stars of Ghana and the former President Jerry John Rawlings. Hence we don’t need such negative publicity as been portrayed by sections of the media.
When the news broke up of this reporting the media house did not reach out to family or management as they claim, yet went ahead fabricating and blowing the story way out of proportion. In the haste of pushing an agenda and being the first to report,this has caused unnecessary damage to the artiste, his image and most importantly his family; which is why we have decided to let the good people of Ghana and our fans worldwide to know what really transpired.
I’m very glad to let the world know that Nana Boroo is in good health and want to thank everyone for their well wishes and prayers. He will be back soon to do what he does best on the MIC.
Thank you, may the good Lord bless us all.
Paa Kwesi Le-Baron
Manager for Nana Boroo
Photo credit: Maxwell Jennings Photography