Nhyiraba Kojo Refutes Rumors Of He Being A Member Of An Occult Group


Musician and businessman Nhyiraba Kojo has brushed aside rumours making rounds that he is a member of an occult group.

He labelled the speculations as unfounded, frivolous and desperate attempt by his detractors to demonize his hard won reputation.

Critics of Nhyiraba Kojo have persistently linked his success in business to his alleged involvement in an occult activities and other forms of money rituals.

In an exclusive interview, he said ”I worked so hard to ensure that my business succeeds. In Ghana, when you are struggling to make it in life, everyone sees you.

”And as soon as you get rich the same people who saw you struggling begin speculating and spreading false rumours about you. When I started operating NK City I rolled out several promotions and organised lots of shows, so that increased the patronage and sales tremendously.

”My competitors upon realizing they were lagging behind started to tarnish my image by spreading these false rumours”.

However, he says he would not allow himself to be affected in anyway by what he described as ”malicious” and ”wicked” agenda by a section of the public.

Nhyiraba Kojo has, over the years, released several hit songs, including ”Ehye Wo Bo”, Ebola, ”Yaayi” and a host of others.

He can today boast of his own restaurant – one in Accra and the other in Takoradi; a clothing line, and fleets of commercial cars that ply from Accra to Takoradi and back, every blessed day.