Sugarcane hitmaker Camidoh has said it’s high time airlines started serving Ghanaian delicacies such as Banku during flights.
The rapper and singer appeared on the revamped GTV Breakfast Show where he talked about a wide range of issues concerning his music.
In the course of the discussion on touring other countries where his music has become popular, Camidoh said he wants airlines to start serving local dishes on their flights before he can have the urge to travel around the world and give them doses of tunes from his catalogue.
This is hinged on a claim he made saying that he has Australian fans who want him to come to their country for a concert but the trip plans may be hampered by the long journey and the fact that they will serve meals that he’s not comfortable with, such as salad.
We must push for items like that, and banku must be supplied in planes. Australia, they want us to come, I say eii I no dey enter flight, how many hours? hold on for me small make I enjoy my ‘akple’ and just get energy.
Banku has to be served on an aircraft, and we’re going to promote it to the different airlines so they’ll buy the dough from us (Ghana) and serve the hot banku on the trip.
Source – Tru News Report