Gospel singer needs ¢43,000 to perform surgery for her 17-year-old daughter
Gospel singer Hannah Marfo needs ¢43,000 to perform surgery for her 17-year-old daughter.
According to her, the music industry didn't give her enough returns as many think hence her plea for public support.
The "Eye Nyame" hitmaker told Franky 5 on Hitz FM that she saw her music as service to God hence did not really concentrate on making money.
She said her 17-year-old daughter is currently ill and she needs support to save her daughter.
Even though she is a registered member of the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO), she said the money she receives from the organization is not enough, Myjoyonline reports.
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She believes the introduction of pen drives and the internet has played a role in killing the industry leaving musicians poor.
Nevertheless, she spelt out her interest to beef up her team to conform to the current ways of doing things in the music industry.
Interested in supporting the musician can send their contributions to her personal mobile money account number +233 24 426 2183
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