Kojo Antwi Honoured In A Beautiful Ceremony In The USA

Ghana’s music icon Kojo Antwi has been honoured with the Keys to the City of Worcester, Massachusetts in the USA by Mayor Joseph M. Petty.

The presentation to the legendary African performer occurred on Saturday, August 5 within the sight of city-inhabitant Ghanaian royal Nana Sompahene (Mr Maxwell Agyemfra), world boxing champion Jose Antonio Rivera, Mr Richard Kweku Boateng – CEO of Big Shoes Entertainment & Anokyekrom Restaurants, and a number of exciting fans of The Maestro Kojo Antwi.

The Ghanaian musician, who is an ambassador of culture and tourism, said thanks to the City of Worcester for the honor and vowed to keep spreading love, sympathy, harmony and amicability through his music while advancing the alluring and gorgeous cultures of his country Ghana, and Africa, to the world.

The custom of introducing Keys to a City is a noteworthy one begun in 1702 in New York when Mayor Phillip French offered “Freedom of the City” to Viscount Edward Cornbury, Governor of New York and New Jersey.

In bygone eras, significant urban communities would be sustained by walls and entryways for people’s security.

While a meeting legend or dignitary came to the town, individuals would make an intricate function, and furthermore present them with a key intended to give trust and honor.

Angélique Kidjo Is Celebrating 40 Years In Music

The key represents the opportunity of the beneficiary to enter and leave the city voluntarily, as a confided in companion of city occupants.

In the modern era, the Key to the City is a beloved symbol of civic recognition and gratitude reserved for individuals whose service to the public and the common good rises to the highest level of achievement.

Kojo Antwi is one the celebrated performers not only in Ghana, but rather Africa and beyond. He has various incredible albums to his credit, with heaps of hit tracks that forever been the #1 of many aficionados of his music. Since the 1979s into the 80s, the ‘Maestro’ has been exceptionally steady up until now.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *