Made in Ghana Campaign Ambassador, Emelia Arthur, has launched her new music video ‘Nyame Enndi Ghana Abro’ (God won’t forsake Ghana) to help push her crusade.
The track, sung in Fante, Twi, Ewe and Ga says once we plant seeds and they germinate, there’s the hope that God won’t forsake us so we must rise and build the country by relying on our own efforts.
The ‘Made in Ghana’ Music Video launch was held at the Sun Lodge Hotel with personalities and producers of made in Ghana goods/services gracing the occasion.
Project Manager/Representative from the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Saana Nyarko-Dabie noted that the Ministry is embarking on various drives to stimulate the patronage and consumption of Ghana-made products.
He further applauded the Gospel singer for taking such bold initiative to serve as a role model for the campaign; creating awareness of Made- in- Ghana goods and services on her various platforms and participating in events related to the Made- in- Ghana campaign.
Producers of ‘Made in Ghana’ goods and providers of services bemoaned the low level of acceptance of Ghanaian products by consumers and also the high interest rate on credit facility to expand their businesses.
Saana Nyarko-Dabie officially launched the ‘Made in Ghana’ Campaign music video.
Emelia Arthur recently embarked on a Patriotic Tour to educate Ghanaians and fans on the significance of consuming what we produce and produce what we consume.
Speaking to kasapafmonline.com, the ‘Kyereme me Kwan’ hit singer also encouraged Ghanaians to use locally made goods to help reduce the importation of goods into the country to stabilize the economy.