Media personality Nana Frimpong Zeiga has expressed disappointment in Kuami Eugene and KiDi for not promoting Ghana through their costumes at their concert in London.
The Lynx Entertainment signees, Kuami Eugene and Kidi, held their first-ever concert at At O2 Indigo.
Indigo at The O2 is a modern, multi-functional 2,800 capacity entertainment venue located under the famous tented roof of The O2 205 Peninsula Square, London.
Even though the sold-out show has received massive praises from Ghanaians, Nana Frimpong Zeiga believes they could have done better.
Sharing his opinion about their show, Nana Frimpong Zeiga said, “We make history with this kind of show. For me, if we go to Appolo Theatre, O2 indigo or wherever and make history, with our artistic prowess and do not sell Ghana, I see it as ordinary.”
Explaining to the host of Onua FM’s Anigye mmere show, the radio presenter said their costume for the night was alien to the Ghanaian culture.
“Even though they were not obliged to do so, they could have sold Ghana with their respective attires. I don’t agree with their dress code. Especially Kidi, you can wear this in Ghana, not abroad. They should not be dressed like westerners, and it was 6th March too. Their costume should have been Ghanaian. After all, it won’t take anything from them,” he complained.
The presenter admonished Ghanaians to be patriotic towards their country.
“We shouldn’t be thinking of what Ghana can do for us, but what we can do for our country. The likes of Osibisa and Asabeah Kropah have sold Ghana at bigger auditoriums like this. They went there and sold Kente to them,” Zeiga concluded.
By Victor Kodom|OnuaFM|3news.com|Ghana