US-based Ghanaian artiste, Gilbert Acquah aka Quayku Dsoul has revealed to Amansan Krakye how he stayed with intermittent power supply also known as ‘Dumsor’ for more than 7 hours.
Speaking on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM, Quayku Dsoul who resides in Minnesota, USA said ‘no where cool’ so Ghanaians must exercise patience with the government.
He remarked “Oh there was light out in America that’s why I tell my people in Ghana to exercise patience.
“Dumsor is everywhere so no where cool because I was in the studio at dawn till morning around 6 am and all of a sudden the light went off,” he revealed.
“It took about 7 hours for the light to be restored so it’s true that the system is working but sometimes these things also do happen,” he told the host of Kastle Drive.
Quayku Dsoul recently released afrobeats chart topping banger titled “Deda Mi” featuring Ayesem. He hails from Cape Coast and attended Mfantsipim SHS.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)