Take Nana Aba's question at VGMA serious - Edem appeals to Ghanaians

Take Nana Aba's question at VGMA serious - Edem appeals to Ghanaians

Popular Ghanaian musician, Denning Edem Hotor, known in showbiz circles as Edem, has called on all Ghanaians to take the question posed by Nana Aba Anamoah at the recent Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, serious.

According to the musician, the question is very important for the growth of the music industry and therefore Ghanaians need not take it jokingly.

Nana Aba Anamoah had asked a top official from Trace TV, a French television network devoted to urban contemporary music videos, on the night of the awards why the network doesn’t play too many Ghanaian music videos.

Take Nana Aba's question at VGMA serious - Edem appeals to Ghanaians

Nana Aba Anamoah

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Ghana is the new world. You must play our videos, we are producing fantastic music videos, we are producing fantastic videos, we are producing fantastic music. Give us the top spot,” Nana Aba said.

In an Instagram post, Edem has also shared his sentiments on the matter and asked all to take the renowned broadcaster serious.

Dear Ghanaians let’s not take this moment jokingly . @thenanaaba Asked a very Pertinent question that was evaded, which raises eyebrows..And let’s not take the bring money part jokingly...Trace y’all can represent the continent fairly and it won’t hurt a fly ...Please do cc oga @samo3553 #Ghanasound #Ghanaontrace

@4sytetv the way u Dey show others love..U see what Dey happen and to all the Tv and Radio this is why we say support us if others won’t.From Music to movie to comedy and anything creative arts/ ...Dear trace,u can change the narrative and represent Africa..We know you can @tracenaija @trace_urban," Edem wrote.

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