Anne Sophie Ave: This is why the French Ambassador to Ghana has taken delight in promoting Ghanaian songs in France

His Excellency, Anne Sophie Ave’ has disclosed her plans to help promote Ghanaian music internationally.

Anne Sophie Ave, who is the French Ambassador to Ghana, has deemed it necessary to purposely sell Ghana’s music in France.

According to her in an interview with Pulse Ghana monitored by unitedshowbiz.com.gh revealed that she wants to make Ghanaian songs very famous in France.

She believes passionately that selling Ghanaian music in France will actually go a long way to strengthen the relationship between the two countries.

She further added that the bridge she wants to build has entertainment in it, hence her decision to promote Ghanaian music in France.

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Her children, she adds, have also been singing Sarkodie’s Adonai song which featured Castro 

She said she’s optimistic about collaboration in music between France and Ghana.

Speaking about her encounter with some Ghanaian musicians like Bisa Kdei, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy, she said that music goes a long way more than words.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh