Fix Your Mentality First - Kuame Eugene tells #fixthecountry protestors


Popular Ghanaian hitmaker Kuami Eugene has advised Ghanaians especially the 'fix the country' protesters. Music producers, DJs and entertainers to fix their mentality before asking for the country to be fixed.

Speaking in an interview with Foster Aggor on Accra-based Starr FM's ‘Starr Drive’, the VGMA artiste of the year award winner said Ghanaians ranting on social media should fix their attitudes individually before calling on the government to fix the various problems in the country.

 According to the highlife singer and producer who is known in private life as Eugene Marfo, stakeholders of the Ghanaian entertainment industry should prioritize the creative pieces of Ghanaians just like they do for other nationals and fix their mentality of being patriotic enough to support and promote products made in Ghana.

In the interview , the 'Dollar On You' singer said;

“My concern is the entertainment industry, every stakeholder from the content creator to the DJs and presenters, we should prioritize 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 added.

He added that to be patriotic, one has to support and promote products made here in Ghana.


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