Mzbel urges Ghanaians to change their attitude
Controversial hip-life musician, Mzbel has cautioned Ghanaians to change their attitude with respect to illegal electricity connections in the country.
Mzbel, who is mostly in the news for very negative reasons, seems to have turned a new leaf as she attempts to channel her energy to making her society a better place.
Appearing on Ghana’s biggest entertainment and lifestyle show, Celebrity FanZone last Saturday on Viasat1, the “Awoso Me” hit maker debunked rumors that she took on the anti-illegal electricity connection campaign to rival the 'Dumsor Must Stop' vigil which took place last year.
“Its politics, people think I was against the Dumsor Vigil but that wasn’t the case. We all can’t concentrate on one aspect of the problem (energy challenge). I believe there are various aspects of the problem,” Mzbel stated.
Mzbel further argued that non-payment of electricity bills because of illegal connectivity is also a major part of the problem confronting the energy sector which must be given the necessary attention.
“We are being part of the problem, if we don’t change our attitude, we won’t have 100 percent results,” she advised.
Also on the show were host, Jessica Opare Saforo and co-hosts Chantelle Asante and Akosua Hanson.