Ghanaian highlife singer Gyedu Blay Ambulley believes that the late veteran singer Nana Kwame Ampadu deserves a state burial.
According to the prolific songwriter and trumpeter, the fallen doyen of Ghanaian highlife music Nana Kwame Ampadu whose career span throughout four decades contributed so much to the nation culturally and therefore deserves such a befitting burial.
Speaking on Adom TV in an interview monitored by Aboabone Loam, the ‘Onam Dazi’ crooner expressed worry about the diversity within the music fraternity of the country and this according to him has hindered its progress as unity is jeopardised.
He said this has pushed most artists to work on their own in their quest to survive.
Ambulley added that the music unions in the country have not done their best in unifying these artists using GHAMRO as an example.