Show stopper Fancy Gadam has advised his fans to eschew violence in the run-up to the 2016 general elections.
Born Ahmed Mujahid Bello, Fancy asked entertainment lovers to commit to a peaceful nation if they want to witness more entertainment in Tamale and the country as a whole.
Fancy Gadam took a time off singing to send a peace message to the wowed fans on Saturday when he performed at an event dubbed “BHIM NATION versus GADAM NATION” at the Tamale Sports Stadium.
“Let’s not to plunge Tamale into chaos in this year’s election,” he called out to his fans.
He further appealed to the thousands of the BHIM and the GADAM ‘nationals’ not to allow politicians to buy their conscience as Ghana goes to the polls.
Gadam’s appearance on the stage after BET award winner Stonebwoy had thrilled the about 20,000 fans to some great tunes saw patrons wowing and singing along each track.
‘President of Bhim Nation’ Stonebwoy threw the enthused crowd to frenzy when he hugged Fancy Gadam’s replica to show his approval of his protégé Fancy, who is known for his imitation of the award-winning dance hall artiste.
The night saw some performances from the Dagbon 2015 Best Rapper Ataaka and the likes of George Cliff, Deensi, Nandos, Dabba, who took turns to entertain fans to some good music.
Fancy Gadam known for his versatile attributes of entertaining fans with good dancing moods and great music is set to release his “Biegya” music video shot in Dubai as well as his collaboration with Stonebwoy.
This is the second time the Afro Pop musician has filled half of the Tamale Sports Stadium.