He died at home in the early hours of Monday after a short illness and his body was kept in a morgue at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
According to the source, the singer who released “Abasa Komu” this year has been sick for some time.
The man known as 9-9-2-4 recently lost a brother who has a very close blood relationship with him.
Although the deceased brother remained in the morgue due to Covid-19. One may be tempted to believe that the grief of the loss of his brother may have facilitated his death also.
His death is regrettable and may his soul rest in perfect peace
James Nana Tuffour was born on the valentine date; 14 February 1954 in Kumasi. He was a famous songwriter and singer who sang with so much intelligence and professionalism. This delightful singer/songwriter spent her childhood in a loving home in Kumasi, Ghana.
The young Tuffour was fortunate to have imaginative relatives who gave him the opportunity to enjoy music from around the world, while “Nana”, as he was fondly called, traveled his music at home with one of the axes known as “one” Man Thousand “starting with keyboardist Alex Konadu
He later joined the band Wanto Wazuri as a pianist. Thanks to her sweet voice and unique singing style, Nana later became the leader of the band Waza Africo. Nana expects a solo album and goes to Nigeria, where she works with famous Nigerian musician King Sunny Ade as a keyboardist.
In 1979 he released his first album, Highlife Romance, followed by twelve other hit albums. His hit album ABEIKU was released in March 2003.