Ghanaian gospel Musician, Chief Superintendent Kofi Sarpong has celebrated his nephew, Peter Famiyeh Bozah widely known as Fameye for the incredible feat he has attained in the music industry.

Speaking in an interview on TV3, CSP revealed that the ‘Nothing I Get’ crooner has been through a lot in life after he lost his parents who were both Police Officers in the same year.

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He stated that, regardless of the unforeseen circumstance, his nephew, Fameye has been able to succeed and established himself as a house hold name in the music fraternity.

“I like it. In fact, I am proud of him. He will tell his story by himself,” he said

“Within a year, both parents died and they were all police officers and so he’s gone through a lot and we thank God that he has elevated and blessed him,” he added.

Fameye is currently out with a new single “Beautiful“, which has been doing well since its release.

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