One would recall that during Nana Aba Anamoah’s award presentation with Trace TV boss at the 2018 VGMA’s, she took the opportunity to address the issue of Trace Naija not featuring enough Ghanaian content on their channel, in a move which got the full backing of Ghanaians especially on social media.
The ace broadcaster again followed this appeal up with a tweet on 28th December, 2019 where she asked when TraceGhana will be launched in Ghana.
She wrote, “@TRACENaija when are we getting TraceGhana? I see you have Trace Gospel now (332). Congratulations. I hope you feature Ghanaian gospel music in an equal manner. In 2020, I pray you have a dedicated channel for Ghanaian music. Peace”.
And like the widow described in the book of Luke 18 in the Bible, Nana Aba has finally got her wish granted after her persistence. In a reply to her December 2019 tweet, Trace Naija also tweeted via their official twitter account, “Hello @thenanaaba, We’re happy to inform you that @trace_ghana will be available on DSTV CH 333 from the 3rd of March. Stay tuned!”.
We can only say kudos to Nana Aba and encourage her to do more for the Ghanaian music industry. Again we hope our gospel musicians will take full advantage of this opportunity and put in all the hardwork in making sure the gospel fraternity gets the recognition they deserve.