Musician Forgyver Kemmy cautions youth against violence

Reggae-Dancehall artist Forgyver Kemmy has cautioned her fans to ensure they do not allow themselves to be used for violence before, during and after the up-coming general elections.

She bemoaned that during election years, most politicians rely on the youth to engage in questionable behaviours at the expense of the safety of the citizenry.

The songstress, who gave the advice during an interview with yesterday stressed that without peace, there would be no development, saying it was therefore very important for Ghanaians to promote peace and tranquillity in all their dealings.

“I am dedicating my time this year to sensitise my fans on the need to maintain the peace we are currently enjoying. There is no profit in war or misunderstanding. Let us learn to remain calm in every situation.

I need you alive after the elections. Let us do it as we do every election year. Many countries envy our peaceful nature so let us keep living in peace and show love to one another,” she advised.

The “wuse wuse” and “mama” hit maker who recently nearly got duped by a self acclaimed record label owner was of the view that a nation can only prosper when its people are promoters of peace.

Touching on the new need for a new voters the award winning singer mentioned that Ghanaians should accept whatever decision the Electoral Commission finally takes instead of “dragging issues unnecessarily.”

“Let us learn to put Ghana first,” she added.


Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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