Yesterday night 30th May 2021 was indeed a night to remember at the Ghana's current number one entertainment show, dubbed United show bizz. The show has currently grabbed the attention of many Ghanaians when it exactly Saturday evening. The show which is hosted by the Empress herself, Nana Ama Mcbrown is a fully packed programme which entails Educational aspect, life, entertainment and social aspect.
A lot of great men has been passing through this show. Talking about the countless top Ghanaian musicians. It's a show that refuses to get an individual boredom.
Yesterday night also came with different approache to the funs and viewers of UTV. The show was hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown and futures Great Ampong, Esther Piesie, Appiatus and other Ghanaian top gospel musician.
As the show passes on, Great Ampong who is known by many Ghanaians by his hit song "Akoko funu" gave a massive performance which brought the host and all the guest into the dance floor.
Great Ampong performed most of his hit song. After the performance, a question was raised by the host about GHAMRO decision to collect money from churches for playing most of the Ghanaian gospel songs at church.
Great Ampong whose view seems not to be on support of Ghamro's decision cries by criticising the initiative as one which the money will not even be seen, said he was even giving only Nine Hundred (900ghc) for his album he released which contains sixteen tracks. The argument continue as most of the guest were not in support of Ghamro's decision.
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