Irene Logan, the first Liberian-Ghanaian singer nominated for the Kora Award in 2008

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Irene Elizabeth Grace Logan, born in Monrovia, Liberia, found refuge in Accra, Ghana, amidst the First Liberian Civil War.

Her journey from Achimota School to Zenith University College led her to the music scene, where she rose to fame after winning Stars of the Future in 2006. Collaborating with artists like Efya, Logan's musical versatility, and philanthropic initiatives, such as "I am the Future," have left a lasting impact.

From her CEO role at Tribassa Limited to performances alongside global icons, Logan's resilience and talent continue to inspire audiences worldwide.

Find out more about Irene Logan below.

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