Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Award winning banker, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, has denied being the father of   the young son of celebrated songstress, Mzbel.
Kofi and Mzbel

“It is not true I have a kid with Mzbel”. Mr. Amoabeng disclosed in an interview on Joy FM's personality profile with Lexis Bill but was quick to describe the sexy musician as a “very good person with a very nice personality” and that they were “very close” friends.

The undisclosed paternity of Mzbel’s young child has remained a topical subject in media circles after she published his photographs on social media and simply gave his name as ‘Aaron’.

The Ghanaian media has tried without effort to reveal the identity of  Aaron’s father  while  Mzbel has maintained zipped lips over the matter.

Kofi Amoabeng is one of the few names heavily speculated as potential fathers for Mzbel’s son and this is the first time he is speaking publicly on the matter during the Joy Fm interview which touched on his marital life, career, leadership and Ghana’s economy.

Mzbel herself in time past had denied as false reports she was dating Kofi Amoabeng when Peace Fm’s Kwesi Aboagye asked her the question.
“No it’s not true; I’m not dating the boss of any loan company. I really wish I was dating someone like that, because I’m sure he would have helped me with a loan for my musical career…He is a very close friend…He was one of the numerous philanthropists and good Samaritans who came to my aid when I was in crisis,” Mzbel noted.
Perhaps, it would not take long for Aaron to grow to reach school going age then the media would know his surname as the first major clue to guessing who his dad may be.


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Halifax Ansah-Addo is a Ghanaian journalist living and working in Accra. Currently, he is Editor of THE PUBLISHER (www.thepublisheronline.com), a private-owned Ghanaian newspaper with nationwide circulation in the country. He attended the African University College of Communications in Accra and an alumnus of the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ), Berlin, Germany. He was awarded the 2015 Best Entertainment Journalist/Writer at the GN Bank Awards. Halifax writes on politics, human rights, arts and social issues. He is a Christian.

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