- Ghanaian creative Dada Hafco has quizzed why Ghanaians tend to support Nigerian craft
- He was making a submission on why Ghanaian entertainment creatives were struggling to breakthrough
- He bemoaned the priority Ghanaians gave to Nigerian TV programmes and songs
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Highlife artiste, Dada Hafco, has made claims on how Ghanaians keep creating and hyping Nigerian programs but neglect or give very tiny attention to Ghanaian music and shows.
The ‘Fall Down’ singer, in a post of Facebook, questioned if Nigerians will create hype and make so much noise about a Big Brother Ghana like Ghanaians do theirs.
"Will Nigerians create a hype and make so much noise about a Big Brother Ghana like we do theirs?"
He further questioned if a Ghanaian program could run from start to finish without at least one Nigerian song being played.
According to him, he's not trying to mean anything but to only remind Ghanaians that Nigerians protect their own so Ghanaians should learn to do same.
The Highlife artiste, born Terry Asare Boamah urged Ghanaians to copy Nigerians and protect their culture as well.
"Let's do same and help protect our culture".
Dada Hafco added that:
"We've been too loose in the region and on many fronts when it comes to us supporting us rather than supporting them"
Over the years Dada Hafco has made complaints of how the Ghanaian music industry does not allow good products and artistes to excel.
Speaking about excelling in life and flaunting riches, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian songstress Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel, has dazzled her fans with a video of her ultramodern bathroom while giving her son a bath.
The 16 Years singer, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, was sighted in the nicely-themed bathroom with her son, Nana Kwame Adepa.
The mother and son showed off the bathroom which had exquisite fittings, towels, modern sinks and shower fittings.
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