Channel your energy in 'fixing your mentality first'--- Kuami Eugene to Ghanaians
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Channel your energy in ‘fixing your mentality first’— Kuami Eugene to Ghanaians

Channel your energy in ‘fixing your mentality first’— Kuami Eugene to Ghanaians

Highlife Rockstar Kuami Eugene has called on industrial players including Music producers, DJs and entertainers to fix their mentality before demanding the government to fix the country.

According to him, there are individual attitudes and mentality which needed to be fixed before the country can be fixed.

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Reacting to the social media campaign #Fixthecountry, in an interview with on  “Starr Drive” as monitored by Spot On News, the “Open Gate” hitmaker indicated the need for Ghanaians should fix their attitudes individually before calling on the government to fix the various problems in the country.

“My concern is the entertainment industry, every stakeholder from the content creator to the DJs and presenters, we should prioritise our creative pieces just like we do to other nationals.

“On our music charts which are supposed to be a Ghanaian Chart, we see more of Nigerian music mostly topping these charts and we need to fix our mentality towards our own people and what is produced here then after that is achieved, we can channel this energy to help fix our country,” he explained.

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Kuami Eugene noted that being patriotic, demands one to support and promote products made here in Ghana.

The musician who released a new single dubbed “Dollar on you” which came out on Friday, April 30 with over 200, 000 views on Youtube urged fans to keep patronising his music.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

An Entertainment Columnist, Content Writer, Blogger, Novelist, Poet, and a Publicist. For business or story tip off, contact me on +233 24 646 6866 or email: spotonnews.net@gmail.com