Ghanaian Afropop sensation, Wiyaala has said that she takes joy in being a role model to girls.
According to her, she is glad that her music is touching lives, and that the girls that hail from her village look to her and her works for inspiration.
In an interview on Skynews, she said;
“I’m happy to be a role model because when I started, I didn’t say I want to be a role model, it just happened Besides, being one out of the thousand children from my village and becoming very popular has inspired others.”
“They see you on TV in another country or continent and get excited and ask ‘how did you do it?’ I’m happy they see what I’m doing and are inspired by it,” she said.
“You know, as kids, we used to drum and also perform for people and that experience also helped me a lot with my stagecraft.”
This, according to her, is how she was able to nurture her talent as a baptized Catholic in the church’s choir.