Damongo,the Capital of west Gonja District in the Northern Region is expected to be on a standstill as REDFYAH PEACE LOVE AND UNITY CONCERT 2016 hits the City’s Independence Square( Town Park)with an amazing Package which will serve Raggae Music lovers a reason to Come again.
Redfyah Vibes, One of Ghana’s Star Raggae act,In an exclusive interview with Ghana’s tv Royals Kafui Dey and Betty Basiwaa Dowouna Hammond on GH TODAY on Ghone Tv/Multi Tv has charged the people of Gonjaland Especially Damongo to get set for this year’s Mega event.
The show scheduled for September 24,2016 at Damongo (Dermak City) TOWN PARK is expected to thrill fans with an all round Live Raggae music Performances from David Pick,Australia,David John, Canada,Ganda Ranks,Mega Bush,Osagyefo,Jawi and the one and only Kuubiikuubi hit maker, Salia S. Sabasa.
The Abaaagbrrrr Band is said to be ready to Bring down the walls of Dermak City with their Powerful instrumentals to that will make you want to dance all night long.
Bole Hosted the First Version of the Concert on September 20, 2014, which could not survive the heavy rains that day.The show was then resheduled for the following day which had massive attendance compared to the first one. The show took the people of Bole to the Walls of Babylon, threating them with exclusive performances from all the acts billed to perform on that night.
RedFyah was the headline act, and anyone who came to the St Kizitos R/C park on september 20,2014 will tell you REDFYAH nailed the Night.
He is very optimistic the event “will send the message we have been preaching all this while,the message of Peace, we are sending this message to the good people of Gonjaland and I think the time has come to rock Damongo in a grandstyle with the Message of Peace, Love and Unity.” Redfyah added.
The event is aimed at promoting peace in Gonjaland especially as it is an election year.
The question is,How huge will Damongo’s Be?
Thats a million Dollar Question, just Save the date and thank me later.
Abdulai F. Abudu Jnr/NkilgiFm-Bole