Hardship in Ghana: Shata Wale blasts Akufo-Addo

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CHARLES Nll Armah Mensah (Shatta Wale) has described President Akufo-Addo’s government as disappointing following what he says is signals he has received from the streets.

The musician who appear to have been on a good rapport with the president told Joy FM in an interview monitored by Whatsup News that members of the public are angry at the Akufo-Addo-led New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration “I just want to tell the president that the street is not listening to him anymore because they are angry disappointed,” Shatta Wale.

Shatta Wale a firend to Akufo-Adda, was invited to the Jubilee House by the President last year on the occasion of the musician’s birthday. He was given a customized Coat of Arms by the president as a gift. However, soon after the parley, Shata Wale appears to have suddenly realized the economic hardship in the country and has gone on a kind of solo crusade to draw the attention of the government.

Earlier, the controversial dancehall artiste has said in a media interview that the government was sitting on a time bomb with the degree of anger the economic hardship was brewing in the youth.

“I will take this opportunity to beg the President, Ghanaians are suffering too much. The complaints I’m hearing, if anybody close to the President, I know people there as well but sometimes I just like to say these things on air for him to know that I also care about the country, the way he wants Ghana to move, that’s the same way i also want Ghana to move but,  people are complaining too much, like ‘slka ne hor, edzuma esei’ (money is hard to come by, businesses are collapsing,) he stated in an interview with Kumasi based Luv FM a couple of months ago.

Source: Whatsup News

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