Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Antwi Hamilton has revealed complacency as her deepest fear in life.
According to her, the feeling of being complacent, thinking “I have arrived” keeps her awake at night.
The Artiste of the Year at the just-ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) noted that it inspired her to put together the ‘Mo Ni Yo’ album.
“To think I have arrived … you know those things …I was kind of talking to God so I know where I am coming from and appreciate where God has brought me. So that was the genesis of the song ‘Mo ni yo,” she told JoyNews.
She stated that she learned this from her experience working as a nurse abroad since medical negligence is not taken lightly in the United Kingdom.
Speaking on PM Express Personality Profile, the award-winning artiste said the fact that mindset has informed her decisions in all other aspects of life for fear that lack of focus or precision may lead to irreparable damage.
“In the UK where I work medical negligence, you can’t do it and get away with it and I think with the legalities growing here in Ghana, it’s going to hit us very soon and people are going to start suing people and that’s when people will begin to sit up because for everything you do it will come back to haunch you when you get it wrong,” she said.
Due to this, the ‘Adom’ hitmaker also advised health care providers such as nurses, doctors, physiotherapists, or social workers to take their work seriously.