Thursday, October 11, 2012

Meet Lawyer 'Ras Wayoe' Of Big Brother Revolution Fame

He was the first contestant to be evicted when he represented Ghana at the  fourth edition of Big Brother Africa – titled Big Brother Revolution  in 2009 in South Africa but George Tetteh Wayoe, commonly known as Ras Wayo, survived in law school and was called to the Bar in Accra on October 5.

The dreadlocks he once sported have now made way for a lawyer’s wig.  Lawyer Wayoe  says he feels uncomfortable when people refer to him as Ghana’s worst performing contestant  out of about the eight that have so far participated in the Big Brother Africa  show.

“I was evicted in the very first week but very few people know that I was then  contending with my first degree at the  Kwame Nkrumah  University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. Now that have I moved on  and even acquired a professional  qualification in law, I wonder if the perception still persists out there that I’m  the least serious to have been in the Big Brother Africa  contest for Ghana,” Lawyer Wayoe said.

Apart from law practice, the man is also into music. He has recorded songs about global warming ,  oil  production  and  a patriotic piece for the national football team,  Black Stars. That’s the very serious Ras---sorry, Lawyer Wayoe for you.

Credit: Graphic Showbiz - Ghana

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