Ayalolo hitmaker, Lord Morgan is set to mount stage with Bhim Nation president and His Excellency John Mahama at this year’s DEZA Festival.
Lord Morgan seems to have the right bar this year getting the attention of the people of Dzodze Traditional Area in the Ketu North District.
The Guest of Honour for the festival is H.E.John Dramani Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana.
Not long ago His Excellency John Dramani Mahama promised the people of Greater Accra Region of an improved transportation in the capital with a new bus system.
“The buses have arrived; you can see the buses at the back there. The terminal has been completed. Ayalolo bus service, a very appropriate name for this system,” he told residents of Amasaman, a suburb of Accra during his “Accounting to the people” tour. It may certainly be the reason why Lord Morgan is now mounting the same stage with His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and many other artiste .
The organizers of the show, Paradise One Entertainment and Sizzla One Entertainment promise a thrilling show and exhilarating performance from the various artists to herald the celebrations.
Mr Seth Gafah, CEO of Paradise One Entertainment declared the show to be the most interactive one.
Ghana’s award winning artistes Stonebwoy Burninton, Edem and others are set to perform at this year’s Deza (Palm Festival) celebration by the people of Dzodze in the Volta Region.
The Bhim Nation leader and the VRMG leader will be joined by other zestful Ghanaian artists at the White Dove Hotel to herald the grand durbar of the festival on Saturday.
Other artistes include Choirmaster (Eugene Baah) of Praye fame, Eduwodzi, Allan Cash, Latino, Startic, Keeny Ice, Scat Bada, Gabi would be passing through.
The Palm festival (Deza) by the people of Dzodze Traditional Area in the Ketu North District is celebrated annually to among other things rejuvenate the palm industry in the area and award hardworking farmers.
This year’s celebration is on the theme “15th Dzodze Deza-Bringing the people together for peace and development”.