- Ghanaian musician Patapaa's wife has said that she had a negative image about the state of Africa before she came to Ghana
- According to her, the TV stations in Germany are to blame for always projecting the African continent as a dirty place filled with bushes
- Liha Miller said she is so happy now that the truth and beauty of Africa is known to her
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Liha Miller, the wife of popular Ghanaian musician, Patapaa, has asserted that the image she has known about Africa before touching down on the continent was that it was filled with dirty places and bushes.
According to Zionfelix.net who interviewed the newly-wedded lady, her perception about Africa being inhabitable was strong to the extent that her family was worried when she decided to visit Ghana for the first time.
"My mother was very scared and there were unending calls between herself and Patapaa and his family in order to ensure she was safe," she said.
"I even had to shop and bring along mosquito insecticides and nets because I did not imagine that I would get some to purchase when I come to Africa" she added
However, this notion, according to Liha Miller, changed since her first visit to the continent and the amazing experience she had when she came to Ghana.
After blaming German TV stations for not showing them the true picture of Africa, Liha Miller thanked her husband Patapaa Amisty for letting her come to Africa to see the place for herself.
In a separate report by YEN.com.gh, Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle, a Ghanaian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church has urged the entire nation to forgive the late former President Jerry John Rawlings for the extremities in his life.
Speaking at the requiem mass organized in memory of the former president, the archbishop explained that the message was laid on his heart by the Lord for Ghana.
According to him, JJ Rawlings was always on the next move for righteousness by his own means and did everything possible to meet the needs of the poor.
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