I want DJs in Ghana to form a Trade Union so they can be respected like doctors - Merqury Quaye

I want DJs in Ghana to form a Trade Union so they can be respected like doctors - Merqury Quaye

- Merqury Quaye has said that he wants to help DJs in Ghana form a strong union

- According to him, DJing was also a science and a profession that should be rated highly

- He was speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on Twitter

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian radio presenter and disc jockey, Merqury Quaye, has said that DJs in Ghana have to come together to form a strong trades union.

While speaking in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh on Twitter dubbed #YENwithMerquryQuaye, the top DJ said he was going to champion such a cause in the coming months.

According to him, DJing was just like a science, and that the art had to be highly rated because it was not an easy deal.

I want DJs in Ghana to form a Trade Union so they can be respected like doctors - Merqury Quaye
I want DJs in Ghana to form a Trade Union so they can be respected like doctors - Merqury Quaye
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Merqury Quaye said the motive behind his call was to get DJs in Ghana to be respected and the profession to be rated with the likes of doctors and accountants.

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The organiser and owner of the Ghana DJ awards scheme said he was going to start creating educational platforms to set his idea into motion.

Merqury Quaye was responding to a question posed to him by YEN.com.gh which read: "Congratulations for creating the @ghanadjawards, which has pushed a lot of DJs to the fore and has created jobs. What’s next? #YenWithMerquryQuaye"

His response read: "Thank you. Next is to help DJs form a formidable Trade Union. I want DJs to be respected just like Doctors and accountants because DJing is Science. You will be seeing me create more educational platforms for DJs in the coming months. #YenWithMerquryQuaye"

Meanwhile, award-winning Ghanaian artiste, Wendy Addo famed as Wendy Shay, has said that makers of a South African-produced Netflix movie have used her song without her consent.

The actress, in a video posted on her official Instagram page videoed some parts of the movie which had her song, All For You playing.

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Kalybos and Nigerian star Williams Uchemba were seen in the cut where the Shay On You singer's song was being played.

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