Written by Cobby Sackitey
His wish had been to unite talented music group, Wutah, and do all that it takes to get them back to winning ways, and for a while it seemed Hiplife artiste, Guru and his record label, NKZ had succeeded in their bid but the artiste says he has been left heartbroken over troubles with the group and he is planning on suing the music duo for breach of contract.
When Wutah, made up of Afriyie and Wutah Kobby, reunited in 2017 after splitting for about seven years, they were signed on to Guru’s NKZ Records and released the hit tracks AK47 and Bronya which won them the Best Group of the Year award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) last year.
This comes after Wutah Kobby earlier this week broke many hearts with his bold declaration that he was done working with Afriyie Wutah as a group.
In an interview on SVTV Africa at the launch of Ghana Music Awards UK, Guru revealed that, his label NKZ will sue Wutah for breach of contract, following the break up of the group.
"The truth is, it's a financial issue. But I've done my bid as a CEO but the group is being selfish and all that. So right now, management is working on suing the music duo for breach of contract, because they've wasted our money and time" he added.
Afriyie of Wutah has constantly been accused of being too greedy.
Wutah still remains under NKZ Records which also has Ofori Amponsah as a signee but Guru said he wanted to concentrate on himself for now.
It’s too bad we will not get to hear any song from the duo again