Ghanaian Gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy, has talked about what makes the Nigerian Gospel music industry ahead of Ghana.
Speaking in an interview with Tony Best on Akoma FM that Newshuntermag.com has come across, the popular Gospel singer said the population of Nigerians and the help they get puts their Gospel industry ahead of Ghanaians.
“The Nigerians have the numbers in terms of population, they have a large market. Besides, they have people who are willing to always help compared to Ghana,” she explained.
The ‘Menwu Da’ singer further stated that there has been improvement in the Ghanaian Gospel music industry.
She disagreed with those who think the standards of the Gospel music sector in Ghana have been lowered.
Ohemaa Mercy argued that the industry is currently gaining international exposure.
“I don’t see that the standards in the gospel industry have lowered as perceived by people. I see much improvement, I see the eagles God is bringing into the industry. The gospel industry today is getting international exposure, the collaboration Ghanaian gospel artistes are having with other foreign artistes is superb.
“There is no human institution that has not lived without flaws and I acknowledge the hitches in ours, however, I can say the industry is seeing much progress,” she posited.