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Invest in your crafts and Stop blaming people- Efia Odo to Ghanaian artists

Ghanaian female actress and model Andrea Owusu, known widely as Efia Odo, has lashed out at Ghanaian artists who blame everyone but not themselves for their poor craftsmanship.

According to the screen goddess, “people support the music they like” making reference to fast-rising Ghanaian afrobeat songstress, Gyakie. “Her numbers are doing great throughout all of Africa,” Efia Odo said as she admonished Ghanaian artists to produce better music and invest in themselves by promoting their craft.

She urged Ghanaian artists to invest in themselves and build a good team who can properly handle all other areas of their craft so they can go places with their music.

Taking to Twitter to share her opinion and admonishments, she wrote;

Efia odo

People support music they like, look at GYAKIE! Her numbers are doing great throughout all of Africa. The world recognizes talent. Make better music and promote your craft. Self investment with a good team will get you places. Stop blaming everyone else and look in the mirror.

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