Entertainment of Saturday, 26 December 2015
Source: Bernice Owusuwaa – Ghanaweb
Ghanaian Hiplife group VVIP has advised Ghanaians especially the youth not to allow themselves to be influenced by politicians to instigate violence during the 2016 elections, but rather accommodate each other with peace and love.
VVIP made up of Reggie Rockstone, Joseph Nana Ofori (Prodigal), and Abdul Hamid Ibrahim (Zeal) gave this advice at the 2015 edition of Citi FM’s Decemba to Rememba at the Accra International Conference Centre on December 24, 2015.
The ‘Skolom’ and ‘Selfie’ hitmakers dished out one of their finest performances to the excited patrons that evening.
They said, “Ghana is our home, hence don’t be influenced by politicians to fight amongst yourselves. These politicians will fly their whole family out of the country should there be war outbreak. What will happen to you and I, if indeed war breaks out?, Prodigal questioned.
The group dropped the video for their song ‘Dogo Yaro’ in November which is trending across the country.
The night saw exciting and energetic performances from the ‘Mansa’ hitmaker Bisa Kdei, Okyeame Kwame, Kontihene, Eazzy, Gasmilla, Atom, Stonebwoy and many others.