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Wiyala Rocking It In Typical "African Village Dress" Sparks Commotions On The Internet

Enter10Gh 06/24/2020

Wiyala is indeed a typical African woman as she rocks it in a typical 'village dress' in her new photos posted on social media.

Noella Wiyaala commonly known in the music industry as Wiyala was born on December 22, 1986, and she is Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs.

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Wiyala is unique in her own style as she's seen different from all artists in Ghana in terms of the type of music she produces.

"Young Lioness", Wiyala is an African girl from Northern Ghana, who dodged female genital mutilation, child marriage and patriarchal dogma to bring her irrepressible talent and spirit to the world. Since she introduced herself in the music industry, she has been unique and found of promoting Africa to the world. This has yielded her more prestige as she is now one of the most celebrated musicians from the Northern part of Ghana.

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The Afro-pop artist has just posted some photos of hers trying to have a test ride in a typical village wear. She has attracted a lot of followers and fans sake of her simplicity in the music industry.

Below are the photos she posted on her face book page with the caption: "A Test ride on this baby!"

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Below is a Screenshot of her post

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Some of her fans really appreciated her for the effort she's making to take Africa (Ghana) to the world as she portrays her culture everywhere.

Read some comments from her fans

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What's your thoughts about this great African "Lioness"? I think she deserves a statue to be some celebrated some years to come for her legendary legacy. She's still pushing high to get to the top most though but I think she has done fantastically well so far.

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