Why is Akufo-Addo in Power? He And His Generation Came To Mess Up Everything – Frustrated Black Rasta attacks Nana Addo
Outspoken Ghanaian Reggae musician, Radio Host, and historian, Abubakar Ahmed popularly known as Black Rasta has come out once again to speak against the Akuffo Addo led government and has raised a lot of questions.
In an interview with the historian on Metro tv, he emotionally talked about how he feels as a Ghanaian currently and especially under this current NPP government led by His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo.
Since the NPP assumed power in the country, it has gone to be that, the outspoken man has not been pleased with how the country is managed under them, He always says this and makes reference to the promises they made Ghanaians before securing political power
He said, he is a historian, he has learned and read a lot that happened in years back and is not pleased with what is currently going on in the governing of the country
Early this year, a video pooped out capturing the president sleep at a meeting, soon after this video came out, he lambasted the president and asked Ghanaian youth to wake up and vote wisely in 2020 general election.
In the interview, he reiterated, that the old men in the government are the main problem to Ghana. He added that Nana Addo generation came to mess up what Kwame Nkrumah did and they are now being greedy and still want to mess up this generation
Black Rasta further added that “Nana Addo and his ill have no business to be in power. Adding to that he asked, “Why is Nana Addo In power?, Why is Osafo Marfo in power?”, these are the people who are killing us in the country, I mean the old men.
Finally, he said when he gets old, he will relegate himself to where old people are supposed to be. He ended up saying, one can be a king maker without necessarily being a king, for these old men have wasted their time on their generation and greedily wants to eat what belongs to the new generation.
Watch his interview with Metro TV below:
–: As reported by thedistin.com