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and have been chastised by Nana Frimpong Zeiga for not wearing Ghanaian dresses at their London concert.

At O2 Indigo, and , both contracted to Lynx Entertainment, performed.

Indigo at The O2 is a modern, multi-purpose performance venue with a capacity of 2,800 people, located at 205 Peninsula Square in London.

Despite the positive feedback from Ghanaians, Nana Frimpong Zeiga believes they might have done better.

“With this kind of display, we make history,” Nana Frimpong Zeiga said of their performance. Making history with our artistic abilities while refusing to sell Ghana is common to me. “

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Even if they weren’t obligated, they could have used their attire to promote Ghana. I don’t agree with their dress code. You can only wear this in Ghana, . However, they were dressed like cowboys, and it was March 6th. In traditional Ghanaian attire. He growled, “That will not erase anything from them.”

The sardonic speaker implored Ghanaians to maintain their patriotism.

“Rather than focusing on what Ghana can do for us, we should concentrate on what Ghana can do for us.” Ghana has been marketed in larger auditoriums by Osibisa and Asabeah Kropah. “They went and sold Kente to them,” he explained.

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The night’s dress, according to the radio host, was out of character for Ghanaian culture.