Renowned Ghanaian Gospel musician, Grace Ashly has made an interesting statement about her home region.
Speaking in a recent interview with Ike De Farmer on Shalom FM in Berekum which was monitored by Newshuntermag.com, the celebrated Gospel musician bemoaned over how talents in the Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Regions are treated.
According to her, there are many great talents in the region but they are not valued.
She urged the indigenes of the region to value what they have.
Cherishing what they have, Grace said it’s something that the people need to work on.
The ‘Empangu’ singer indicated that it’s a huge problem as the people do not value the talents they have.
Grace Ashly admitted that she wouldn’t have become who she is now if she didn’t move from the region to Accra.
She further advised talents in the Bono, Bono East and Ahafo Regions to encourage themselves.
Watch Grace Ashly’s assertion in the video below.