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‘Ghana is the definition of hell but Satan won’t even beg to stay here’ – Blakk Rasta

According to Blakk Rasta, Ghana is the real definition of hell described in the bible.

The ‘Barack Obama’ singer who is a known critic of poor governance in most African countries, explains that despite the living condition in Ghana matching that of hell, even Satan who is considered to be the father of hell won’t even beg to stay in the country.

The reggae musician was speaking on his Zylofon Radio Drive show, where he continuously lashes out at leaders of the country for always paying lip service and doing nothing significant to help common citizens.

“Politicians reap what they have not sown, while citizens are forced to work hard in the land,” Blakk Rasta said and continued that “You (our politicians) are our leaders but you behave as if the country belongs to you”.

“You allow Ghanaians to do the hard work in the country and you sit somewhere and think of how you are going to make yourselves richer. You treat Ghanaians like slaves. We are tired of this”, he emphasized.
Late Baffoe-Bonie, Blakk Rasta and Obama
Late Baffoe-Bonie, Blakk Rasta and Obama

The radio personality has been a popular critic of the Nana Addo led administration for failing to leave up to expectations despite his 2016 promises. In 2019, he called for the president to leave office because he is always sleeping at public functions.

During an interview on Metro TV, he argued that the sitting President, H.E Nana Addo, is ten years past his retirement age, therefore, he must not be in power.

Blakk Rasta justified his argument by picking on reports that the President was recently captured sleeping at a world summit in Russia. According to him, it is a sign that Nana Addo is tired and must rest.

“He flies in a charted-flight all the way to Russia, see how many miles we have between Ghana and Russia, you couldn’t sleep well in your business class charted flight. Now taxpayers are paying for this, you arrive in Russia and you are caught dozing … you’ll wake up and sign contracts you’ve not heard because you were fast asleep” he said.

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