Yemi Alade Considers Organising A Free Concert In Ghana After COVID-19

Yemi Alade is a Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter. (image via STG)

Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade says she might organise a free concert in Ghana when the coronavirus pandemic is under control and all restrictions are lifted.

In an interview with Jay Foley on Prime Morning, the singer talked about how she has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, she also discussed some of the plans that she is hoping to execute when the pandemic is over.

Yemi Alade believes that the coronavirus pandemic would forever change the way a lot of things are done, even after it is gone.

She went on to hint that organising a free concert in Ghana might be one of the projects she will undertake when the pandemic is over.

“Once this quarantine is over and the pandemic is over, another level of energy will come from me. Normally I spend like 45 minutes working out, but now I spend like 2 hours to work out,” she said.

She added: “This simply means something will surely happen after the pandemic. I might throw a free concert in Ghana.”

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source: myjoyonline

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