Young talented disc jockey, DJ Switch says she has returned to the country bearing gifts for Ghanaians.
The 10-year-old DJ, born Erica Tandoh, who just returned from the USA where she made Ghana proud, says the gifts are very essential to Ghanaians.
The Talented Kidz Season 8 winner, who was in New York for the 2018 Goalkeepers event, said the gifts are some of the things Ghanaians have to learn from Americans.
“I brought gifts from New York City… for Ghanaians and my gifts; I’m coming to deliver them…,” she told George Quaye in an interview on Showbiz A-Z on Joy FM.
Disclosing her gifts, DJ Switch said, “The first one is cleanliness. You know that place is very clean and if you want to make Ghana like that, we need to make Ghana clean.”
She advised that “I want to tell Ghanaians that if you drink water – pure water” people should always look for available waste bins and properly dispose of their rubber after drinking the water.
DJ Switch revealed that she had to even caution her mother to properly dispose of her waste.
She called on Ghanaians to support President Akufo-Addo to achieve his vision of making Accra and Ghana clean.
Her second gift, the young DJ disclosed, “The people are very friendly.” While she admits that Ghanaians are also very friendly and loving, she believes that Ghanaians can do more.
DJ Switch recently said one of the greatest moments in her life was meeting the President of France, Emmanuel Macron.
Videos and photos of DJ Switch chatting and having fun with Emmanuel Macron in New York trended on social media.
The young DJ was in New York for the Goalkeepers 2018 ceremony. DJ Switch, who played at the event, was listed as one of the many personalities who attended the 2018 Goalkeepers initiative.