Kumi Guitar laments creative arts industry is dying slowly due to depression

Kumi Guitar

Musician endorsed to Zylofon Media Kumi Guitar has underlined in the depression evidence of Ghanaian creatives.

To him, most of them are dying gently from depression but risking their best to deal with it in their vaults.

He was conversing to Accra-based Happy FM in a transcript when he made this known.

To him, he may be able to manage his issues and not get it to show his path but others in the creative industry who cannot are dying gradually.

“Maybe because God has given me the grace to manage my difficulties doesn’t mean I am a more immeasurable man than whoever is not able to handle theirs.”

Kumi Guitar whose profession took a nosedive after Nana Appiah Mensah’s company MenzGold was shut down remained “If I do not share my issues on social media, that doesn’t mean I am fine. I may be dealing with concerns in my own small corner. We all have issued”.

“Some people might not open up concerning their issues on social media, but you will wonder when you meet them and they tell you some of the information they’re handling and keeping to themselves,” he argued.

He used the occasion to call for love for such people.

“We are all different and definitely our reaction to issues will be different as well.”

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