In a recent tweet from the dynamic award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer and worshipper, MOG calls on the incumbent Nana Ado’s led government to pay attention to Ghana’s Creative Arts Industry and help it grow.
MOG made this call in response to a recent documentary aired on Multimedia’s Joy FM from the Ministry of Information’s outfit (a recent town hall meeting) which unfortunately had a non-Ghanaian song playing at the background, and that did not go down well with some people including MOG.
Though he commended the government for their effort so far, the “Jesus” singer pleaded with the leaders to pay attention to these little things in order to create acceptance and to help pride ourselves in the success of the industry.
So am listening to a documentary by the government of @NAkufoAddo on @Joy997FM Great job Sir but where you failed for me is, your people couldn’t use any Ghanaian artist music on the background of the documentary. Mr. President with all humility please help creative art industry
— MOGmusic (@MOGmusic_) August 18, 2020
MOG has been a formidable part of the growing gospel music industry who has recently been celebrated for over 6 Million streams on YouTube alone for his viral worship hit single “Be Lifted”
He has also been nominated in three (3) categories in the upcoming 21st edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA 21). These categories include;
- Best New Artiste of The Year
- Gospel Artiste of The Year
- Gospel Song of The Year (for Hallelujah)