lang="en-GB" prefix="og: http://ogp.me/ns#"> DJ Ojah condemns Zaa Radio's "Zaa Courtu" program, calls it a war breeder.
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DJ Ojah condemns Zaa Radio’s “Zaa Courtu” program, calls it a war breeder.

You recall that over the weekend Tamale’s finest dancehall artist, Krocodile King, formally Kasi Survivor was the guest on Zaa Radio’s most listened night program in Tamale, Zaa Courtu.

The program is designed to unveil secrets and settle rumors among music industry players and musicians, it was a revealing moment with the self-aclaim dancehall Messiah as the host of the night program, Mr. Abdul Rashid Kawastone engaged him on the program to dissect rumors around him.

According to the singer, “Dj Ojah is the bad nut in the Industry and can’t be the street father”. He said this when the host asked him about his relationship with the renowned sound engineer.

However, reports have it that the producer and sound engineer, DJ Ojah after the interview called out the program on his personal WhatsApp status describing it as nothing but a war breeder among the industry players in the industry as it provides avenue for colleagues to get at others.

“From the name Zaa Courtu (Zaa Court), the program was suppose to provide a space for industry players to settle their differences and disputes instead it’s been used to create misunderstanding and beefs amongst us”. DJ Ojah said.

“I’m hated in the industry because of my honesty” he added.

About Mohammed Tawffik Alhassan

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