candidly that, prosecuting Wisa Greid of “Ekiki mi”fame could
be the best option to help curb indiscipline.
Wisa, during his shambolic performance at this year’s City Fm’s ‘December 2
Remember’ event on Christmas Eve, pulled out his raw manhood on stage.
The Ghana police service however said he has violated the criminal code on
conduct and have charged Wisa with indecent exposure and sexual assault.
Wisa, pleaded not guilty to charges of ‘gross indecency’ when he appeared
before an Accra Circuit Court.
Speaking to Hiplifehippop.com, Florence Narh, who is noted with the hit song
“Yesu Woho”, lauded the police for inviting Wisa and shared her
view that, prosecuting the “Ekiki mi “hit maker could go along way in
curbing indiscipline in our society:
“I must say Wisa has disgraced the Ga community. We should remember that
our Ghanaian culture and norms abhors such obscene behavior. I’m extremely
chirpy the police have invited him …i think prosecuting him will serve
as a deterrent and also curb indiscipline amongst musicians and the general
public at large.”, Florence told hiplifehiphop.com
Florence, continuing her aversion to Wisa’s disdained act, stressed that
musicians must remember they’re role models and should be the first people to
live an exemplary life.
Some of the hit tracks on Florence Narh’s “Yeso Woho” album are
“Wayi me afrim, Tsooboi, “Waye awie” and “Gbomo
Enjoy her “Yesu woho ” video below.