Self acclaimed lioness of Africa, Wiyaala has promised not to answer any question from the media after her previous words from a media interview were twisted by a well-known blog site.
Wiyaala in her post made a clear submission clarifying her previous statement said that she never condemned anyone not to travel abroad for greener pastures but quantified that people can also stay in Ghana and work hard to achieve their dream.
In her observations she meant to say that, we can stay in our country and make it, but travelling abroad is not the solution to one’s problem. She further stressed that life is not all about travelling to someone’s country before you make it, but being in our country and working hard pays extra than travelling to suffer at a foreign a land.
According to the Music queen of the North Wiyaala, she travel outside the country only when she is invited to perform, which she believes she can equally make it big here in her motherland.She thinks its time the youths realised their potentials and work towards it.
Travelling abroad is not the only way to become a successful person in the society, stay home and work hard was Wiyaala’s humble advice to the youths.
Some people have decided to misquote me. I never said anyone should NOT travel ? abroad and only stay home and work. I answered a question and gave my humble advice to the youth who think that the ONLY answer to their problems and living a good life is traveling abroad and by any means possible. And now LOOK ?. I go abroad to perform because I get INVITED to do what I do in my own country. Anyone who pretends NOT to understand what am talking about… well that’s your problem. Henceforth no more questions. Thank you ?? #Roarrrrrrrr ???
Wiyaala who attained public renown with her single “Make Me Dance”, “Africa”, “Rock My Body” and her androgynous image. Noella Wiyaala known under the stage name Wiyaala is Ghanaian Afro pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native Sissala and Waale dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs.
After making her name through Vodafon Icon reality show, she established a solo career in 2013 with the hit single “Rock My Body”, which won her two awards at the 2014 first edition of the All Africa Music Awards, the Most Promising Artiste in Africa and Revelation of The African Continent. Wiyaala is also associated with UNICEF Ghana and the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection of Ghana in campaigns against child marriage, child poverty, health and sanitation.