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Don’t be too hard on Ebony – eShun

EShun Ebony eShun

Sat, 25 Nov 2017 Source: Nana Kwesi Coomson

“Just like bringing up a child, when you are too hard on the child, he/she would then be the extreme form of what you are reprimanding the child for” eShun told Ghanaians via Skyy Power FM’s ‘Drive Jam’ with Nana Adwoa Arthur.

According to eShun, who just returned from Senegal on a United Nation’s project, those who are close to Ebony should be the ones to speak to her about her way of dressing and other lifestyle which some Ghanaians have expressed strong distaste for.

eShun who analogized how to admonish Ebony to bringing up a child said “the more hard people get on her, the more she would do the extreme form of what people speak against so the judgement should be mild.”

The Beautiful Songstress eShun, after successfully representing Ghana at Dakar, Senegal for the Statelessness Campaign by United Nations High Commission on Refuges (UNHCR) West Africa, has been elevated to the High Level Supporter for UNHCR West Africa 'Statelessness' campaign.

This promotion is expected to establish eShun as one of Ghana’s most iconic young artiste who is contributing to the growth of Africa and the world.

eShun is currently promoting her latest single ‘Someone loves me’ featuring Flowking Stone which is quickly becoming the toast of many Ghanaians especially the ladies.

Source: Nana Kwesi Coomson
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