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Ayitey Powers Album Veteran boxer Michael Ayittey popularly known as Ayittey Powers once again failed to adhere to the rules of the boxing federation, this time around fighting comedian Baba Spirit. In a video circulating on social media, the two personalities are seen initially exchanging words which further escalated to a fight that had to be stopped by staff of Accra-based radio station, Accra FM. The fight, according to sources, stems from long held feud between Powers and Baba Spirit. Baba Spirit has allegedly been throwing tantrums at the boxer on Accra FM, a » Read More

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