Veteran musician says he left Ghana for UK because of ‘dumsor’
“I left Ghana because of the power crisis. I started having problems with lights, I was spending so much money on fuel because some of us can’t sleep without lights," says Slim Busterr.
Explaining the reason behind his absenteeism in showbiz, the "Masan Aba" hitmaker revealed that his absence was due to the current erratic supply of power.
In an interview with Sammy Flex of Pluzz FM from the UK, he said “I left Ghana because of the power crisis. I started having problems with lights, I was spending so much money on fuel because some of us can’t sleep without lights. I was filling my huge plant in addition to my two cars so it was a bit too much for me. I decided to relocate from Ghana and concentrate on my family here in the UK.”
Since joining the music industry, Slim Busterr has made giant strides on the music scene through his creativity.
He has been a judge on several singing and dancing competitions including 'Nescafe African Revelation', 'Dance Fever' and 'Malta Guinness Street Dance Africa'.
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