On Thursday, September 29, Betty Mould-Iddrisu, a former minister for justice and attorney general, joined well-wishers in wishing Charles Kwadwo Fosu, also known as Daddy Lumba, a happy birthday.
While many people shared their sentiments on social media, Mrs. Mould-Iddrisu did so from the TV3 studios in Accra.
She discussed her love for the highlife great, gave him her best wishes, and then informally invited him to her impending 70th birthday party.
“Hello, my love, We have a very long history together, and I love you very much. I want to wish you a very happy birthday and a lifetime of success, prosperity, and good health.
“You are already my lovely star. She blasted Daddy Lumba with kisses and exclaimed, “God bless you, I love you, and I’ll see you on my 70th.”
Daddy Lumba, as he is affectionately known, was born on September 29, 1964. He is a veteran of the Highlife genre and a singer-songwriter and musician from Ghana.
Charles Kwadwo Fosu, the father of 10, was born in the Ashanti Region’s Sekyere Central District, close to Mampong, in the community of Nsuta Amangoase. He is widely considered as one of Ghana’s most influential artists.