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Efya lost huge deal because of false speculations – Nana Adwoa Awindor



Host of the popular television show ‘Greetings from Abroad’, Nanahemaa Adwoa Awindor has detailed how her daughter lost out on a huge project due to false speculations.

Her daughter, who is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Jane Afia Awindor popularly known as Efya has received a lot of backlash on the internet regarding her lifestyle.

Some of these speculations which the artiste has denied on public platforms have cost her a lot in her career according to the mother which can be very devastating and takes a huge toll on the singer as well.

Speaking on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning, she narrated how Efya was in the middle of a huge business deal but lost the project after the investor heard false distasteful news about her.

“One of the instances we were working on a project, a huge project and this broke it, the project didn’t happen and as a mother, I’ll feel bad about it.”

Mrs. Awindor said some investors who intend to support the singer and invest in her talent sometimes step back when they hear some of these speculations about her.

“These are instances where you’re working on something, sometimes we’re working on something that should push her somewhere and these things come up, that’s why I was saying earlier that we have to be careful the way we do and say things because you never know the effect,” she added.

“If you’re an investor and you want to invest in somebody and you hear things about the person, whether it’s true or not, before you say jack you may have taken a step back to check it, so yes, it does affect us.”

However, she says she always encourages Efya to press on, pray and focus on her career because God has a better place for her.

“I know my daughter, I just tell her not to follow it, just take it in and pray about it, it will die off.”

“Like I said, the better part of us is yet to come not what is gone, I don’t believe in that, I believe in what is ahead and is bigger and better, so we’re praying for her,” she said.

The mother of the singer who is also a Queenmother at Afigya-Kwabre in the Ashanti Region, further added that she has no regrets about Efya going into the music industry.

She pledged her support as a mother even if Efya decides to venture into something else.

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