Ghanaian artists Fancy Gadam and Maccasio will for the first time in a long while bury their ‘rivalry’ and join host of other musicians from the Norther Region of Ghana in a memorial concert in honour of the late Mohammed Hafiz Dema Naa, the Entertainment Chief of the Dakpema Palace.
Powered by Alliance For Northern Entertainers, the memorial concert will take place at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium, Tamale on Sunday, November 25, 2018.
Although a free concert, patrons have been advised to tag along with a little money for a fundraiser.
On Saturday November 17, 2018, residents of Tamale were taken aback after news of the death of Dema-Naa broke.
He is said to have driven to a hospital for check up since he had complained of some body weakness only not to return.
Mourners up North have described the late Dema Naa as a kindhearted, affable man and a team player.
He was instrumental in the organization of the upcoming Damba festival and was the leader of the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly’s Task-force spearheading the City’s decongestion exercise.
He was an Ex- British Soldier who returned home and reinvigorated the entertainment industry in Tamale.
Mohammed Hafiz was enskinned as the Entertainment Chief, Dema Naa, by the late Naa Dakpema Mohammed Dawuni Alhassan.