The ‘sugarcane’ hit maker, Rahael Camidoh Attachie popularly known as Camidoh has urged the various airlines to consider serving Ghanaian local dishes on flights.
‘Banku’ is a local meal that is prepared with corn dough and or cassave dough. It is mostly consumed by the Ewe communities and is referred to as ‘Akple’ in the local language. Bank is served with either grinded pepper or soup, mostly eaten with okro soup.
Camidoh is an artist from the Volta Region of Ghana who always gives a line or two of his language in his music. He is deep rooted in his culture and doesn’t not seem to like the idea of fading away from his roots.
Although Camidoh may have mentioned ‘Banku’ it’s obvious that he is rooting for local dishes to be served on flights. He mentioned this in his interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz Fm Daybreak Hitz Show