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Noble Nketsiah, a well-known gospel musician, has described how his classmates brutally punished him after he accepted a kiss from the Senior Girls’ Perfect after singing magnificently at the school’s entertainment night event.

During his days in Kumasi Anglican Secondary School, the artist’s vocal talent drew the notice of his seniors, according to the musician. As a result, he was requested to perform for the student body at one of their Friday activities.

“I was informed I’d have to imitate Michael Jackson’s performance. Because I was the surprise act that night, there were a lot of people there. People sang, danced, and rapped,” he said as he described his entrance onto the platform.

“Now it was my turn. The lights then went off. I mistook it for a power outage, not realizing I was the one who turned out the light.”

“They introduced me, gave me all the praises in the world,” he added. I took the stage and gave a performance. The Girls’ Prefect mounted the stage in the middle of my performance, presented me with a flower, and kissed me. That was the start of my problems.”

Noble Nketsiah revealed that his superior was enraged and punished him, an experience he will never forget. He explained that the jealousy stemmed from the fact that they had never had such a warm welcome from anyone since they started school.

“When I got to the hostel after the event, they had called all the form one pupils out,” he claimed. When your name is spoken, you go inside and sleep. Everyone’s name was mentioned except mine. I was told that I would have to stand till the next morning.

“They claimed they haven’t received a letter in years.” But I’ve been in school for just one week and received flowers and a kiss. I weeded; I was severely punished.”

Noble Nketsiah was born in Winneba, in the Central Region, and attended the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Nursery before enrolling in Christian Preparatory School. After that, he went to Calvary Preparatory and Junior Secondary Schools before finishing his studies at Holy Spirit M. A. Junior Secondary School.

With the release of his debut album ‘Yesu Do’ in 2001, the product of Kumasi Anglican Secondary School rose to popularity in the music world.

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