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The Friday, May 5, 2023, edition of ‘Maakye‘ on Onua TV/FM was dedicated to its host, Blessed Godsbrain Smart as he celebrated his 43rd birthday.

Gospel music artist, Nacee who was also celebrating his birthday surprised Captain Smart by storming the Onua TV studio to sing him some of his songs including his latest, Aseda.

The show, which started with the usual morning motivation with Solomon Effah and the 6am news from Afia Tagor and Abena Nyamesem was truncated from the usual running order as the Fabewoso segment ended abruptly by co-host Yaa Titi Okrah after taking over the set from Captain Smart.

After performing about four of his hit songs with his co-birthday celebrant, Nacee couldn’t have exited the set without performing his famous campaign hit song for the NDC after the production team in team influenced the playing of one his popular political campaign songs for John Mahama, which was a rendition of his hit, ‘Attention’.

The exit of Nacee was followed with phone-in segment from listeners and viewers including video recordings of wishes that were played.

Head of the Ajagurajah Movement, Bishop Abed Kwabena Boakye Asiamah called in with his goodwill message and promised a delivery of banku and fish to complement the celebration.

Before his mother, Auntie Aggie, was put on air to speak some goodwill messages to him on air, some of his work colleagues shared their encounter with him.

A happy birthday song with live band was played with Sandy Asare, a gospel artiste, who then added some powerful gospel tunes.

Apostle David Newman added his version of the  blessings by blessing Captain Smart with Steve Crown’s ‘You’re Great’ and topped it with prayer.

The on-air celebration was climaxed with a blessing from the General Overseer of the Lord’s Parliament Chapel, Apostle Francis Amoako-Attah after message from his wife, Felicity Akosua Sikapa Smart was read to him by co-host, Yaa Titi Okrah.

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