Ohene Adu-Nti

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Life

Born: 22 August 1977

Biography

Ohene Adu-Nti is the first of four boys. Born on 22nd August, 1977 to the late Nana Opoku Afriyie and Mrs. Abena Fredua-Okyere, he had his basic education at Tema Parents’ Association School where he sat for the common entrance examination when he was in class 4. He proceeded to Chemu Secondary School for his ‘O’ level and then to Bekwai SDA Secondary School for his ‘A’ level. It was when he was waiting for his ‘O’ level results that Nana Fynn, a popular Ghanaian Hilife Musician saw his potentials in music and begun teaching him how to play the keyboard. With this basic knowledge in keyboard playing and virtually no formal training in music theory, he was encouraged by his uncle, Bright Amankwah to pursue a Degree in General Music at the University College of Education, Winneba which he completed in the year 2000 with First Class Honors. He also has a certificate in live audio mixing and recording from Shenzhen, China.

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