Musicians deserve diplomatic passports for putting Ghana on the global stage — Former French Ambassador, Anne Sophie Avé

Former French Ambassador Anne Sophie Avé has urged Ghana’s government to provide diplomatic passports to renowned Ghanaian singers in order to promote the country’s image on the world arena.

During her tenure, she believes Ghanaian artists have made significant contributions to the creative business.

Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Black Sherif, Shatta Wale, R2Bees, and King Promise, among others, deserve diplomatic passports, according to her.

Sophie Avé stated on Twitter that their achievements to Ghana on the international scene were greater than what the best ambassadors could accomplish in a lifetime.

Ghana 🇬🇭, you should give these guys diplomatic passports: they put Ghana to the world better than even the best ambassadors could in a lifetime @sarkodie @stonebwoy @blacksherif_ @shattawalegh @r2bees @IamKingPromise

Her responses came after Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie ignited the music scene with his recent single “Freaky and Naughty” on the heels of his well-attended Chicago show as part of Jamz World Tour.

The new song demonstrates the artist’s tremendous brilliance and versatility, merging modern sounds with a vintage twist from Alhaji K Frimpong’s “Kyen Kyen Bi Adi Me Awu.”

Sarkodie continues to fascinate fans worldwide with his unrivaled originality and compelling performances, following the success of his Chicago concert as part of the North American leg of his Jamz World Tour.


— Anne Sophie (Akosua) Avé (@annesophieave) July 30, 2023

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