Musician Fancy Gadam says he will be very disappointed if Vice President Dr Bawumia does not fulfil his promise to build an ultra-modern studio in the Northern Region.

In an interview on Daybreak Hitz, the ‘Total Cheat’ hitmaker said Dr Bawumia gave his word to construct an ultra-modern recording studio for artists living in the country’s northern parts.

“I will be very disappointed, and the whole Northern region will be disappointed [if this is not done]. So for me to discuss it on radio means a lot,” he told Andy Dosty, host of the show.

Fancy Gadam said he brought up the idea of building theatres, studios, among others, in the region to help boost the entertainment sector in the region.

He said the Northern Region lacks a theatre big enough for organising concerts and other entertainment shows.

According to Fancy Gadam, he had spoken to the Vice President weeks before and was hopeful the project will go through.

“I spoke to him last two weeks, and he said they are in the process. He told me they will do it,” he said.

Mujahid Ahmed Bello, known by his stage name Fancy Gadam, is a Ghanaian Afropop, dancehall and reggae, musical artist. In 2017 he won Ghana Music Awards for Best New Artist and, in 2020, was named Best Afrobeat Entertainer at the International Reggae and World Music Awards.