Four Reggae Artistes Eradicates Guinea Worm with Fireworks
|Blakk Rasta doing his thing|
Sensational reggae legend, Rocky Dawuni, has noted that after a whole two years of performing on a Ghana platform with his co-artistes, he is very grateful and thankful to Almighty Jah for bringing the 11th Annual Independence Splash to a successful end.
Speaking in an interview with The Heritage, Dawuni indicated that his NGO, Africa Live together with UNICEF, Carter Centre, City Link, European Union and Natural Magik were able to achieve their goals for embarking on such a project to help in totally eradicating guinea worm in the North (Tamale).
“With the help of Sherriff Ghalle, Blakk Rasta and Malik of KKC fame, we were able to educate the people especially in the villages on how to protect themselves from being affected by the deadly disease and also spread the messages on the waves of our media sponsors, Radio Savanna, Fyla FM, Diamond FM, Justice FM and Northern Star Radio.”
He noted that music uplifts and empower human and being back is really a special moment and with his co-artistes, “we have had a wonderful show and time with our fans in Tamale and we appreciate their support a lot.”
Speaking to The Heritage, some of the fans present at the show expressed the overwhelming time they had to spend with their favorite artistes in along time and noted that they really enjoyed the performance from all four unified artistes especially Blakk Rasta, who was making a loud sound to tell that he is in Tamale with his lips really uplifted their spirit and his Barrack Obama song and them pose from his latest single, really indicated that he is on a real spiritual mission.
Malik and George Cliff also filled the air with their hip hop rap in their local dialect and stormed the stage with a massive performance.
The audience also acknowledged the energy Sherriff Ghale gathered to entertain them with his dance and moves on the guitar and indeed there was hot fire blazing in the stadium.
There was a splendid performance from Aisha Gariba, daughter of the Gariba Lodge in Tamale and Safia Dawuni, daughter of Rocky Dawuni, as they rocked the stage with Love, one of Rocky’s songs on the Hymns of the Rebel Soul album.
Rocky upon taking over the stage with his bands men set the stadium on hype in all dimensions also embarking on the spiritual mission with tracks on his latest album, and Africa Reggae fever, sent the hot fire over heating and though it was difficult to quench it, the programme finally came to a successful end with the audience itching for more fireworks.
The Heritage has been told that Rocky Dawuni, on Wednesday left the country for Kenya to perform in the Kenya for kids concert, which is said to take of on March 27, 2011.
Please note that this piece was published on Friday, March 25, 2011.