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Samini believes he can personally fill the O2 Arena

Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall icon, Samini, exudes confidence in his ability to single-handedly fill London’s renowned O2 Arena, provided he receives the necessary support.

He explained that his global appeal and captivating stage presence as factors that could attract fans from across the globe, as he emphasized during an interview on the Day Show with Berla Mundi that, with the appropriate investment and promotional efforts, he could maximize the arena’s capacity, playfully referring to himself as “Batman” and underlining his international recognition in the realm of music.

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“By myself I will fill it , with the right investment, I will fill it you are talking to Batman before I became Samini. Batman, the Mobo Award winner. Kenya King knows Batman. You are talking to people who know that brand.

“If the right things are put in place, and you promote Samini in London, for four months, six months, three months. I will fill that space,” he declared.

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Nevertheless, Samini made it clear that he would not undertake such an ambitious venture independently, expressing his lack of faith in Ghanaian investors to provide full backing for such a project. He pointed out that in his past attempts to engage with Ghanaian investors, their commitments often remained unfulfilled, which has contributed to his skepticism regarding their reliability in this regard.

“I’m not gonna take that money and go and do this because a Ghanaian wants to see the place full. Hell no, no Ghanaian investor is going to do that.

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“I don’t have to trust them; it is not in our culture to dish out funds like that. That’s how they are, you can never change them. The typical Ghanaian investor will chill with you but will never give you, say, $5,000 and say, ‘Let’s have a business plan about your career,” he stated

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