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I will be leaving Ghana in August – Anne Sophie announces

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The celebrated French Ambassador to Ghana, who has won the hearts of many with her good deeds and support for local artists, has announced that her 4-year stay in the country will come to an end in August 2022.

Accra In Paris’, a musical concert that witnessed the likes of Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Fameye, and Kwabena Kwabena break into the French music market with a first-time performance in the country.

The French Ambassador, speaking to Zeinatu Issahaku on the 2022 VGMA red carpet, described April’s concert in Paris as a success, however, she will soon take leave of the good people of Ghana who made her stay a memorable one.

“I’m leaving at the end of August… I have been here for four (4) years and I’m going to be very heartbroken but I still have a few months to go and I’m sure a few more things are coming maybe not as high profile as ‘Accra In Paris’. It was quite a huge thing to organize but I’m sure that some people will take over and would want to do Accra elsewhere. I just hope to create a trend to put Ghana out there,” she said.

The Ambassador who spoke highly of Ghanaians indicated how she has grown a love for local music.

Anne Sophie Avé has for years maintained a friendly relationship with several musicians and graced their shows in the past.

“I’ll carry so many memories. I’m going to take away the emotion of the people. I love the people here; their kindness, hospitality, the smile. The music translates all that and I’m taking away a long playlist,” she added.

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Source: ghanaweb.com | Odogwu

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