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“Ghana is My Go to Place for Refuge” – Burna Boy Praises Ghana on ‘The Breakfast Club’

Nigerian Singer, Burna Boy, has heaped praises on Ghana in an interview he had with ‘The Breakfast Club’, an American syndicated radio show based in New York City.

According to the singer, Ghana is a beautiful place to live. His comment is in reaction to one of the host’s revelation that he had acquired a property in Ghana.

During the interview, Charlamagne tha God, one of the three hosts of the show, disclosed to Burna Boy that he has acquired a property in Ghana which is by the beach. He, however, indicated that the property is located in East Legon when Burna Boy asked if it was at Labadi.

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Burna Boy told Charlamagne tha God that getting a property in Ghana is the best decision he [Charlamagne] has ever made.

“Bro that’s the best decision you have ever made,” Burna Boy told Charlamagne tha God.

“Trust me, trust me, Ghana is a beautiful place.”

“You’re in a beautiful place man… Cos for me personally that’s my go to place for refuge,” he added.

Born Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu Rex, Burna Boy ose to prominence in 2012 after releasing “Like to Party”, the lead single from his debut studio album L.I.F.E (2013).

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