Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie in his recent interview with the Financial Times genuinely asked politicians to get hold of the system to work in order to accelerate development in the country for the younger generation.
The rapper in his interview expressed his dissatisfaction with political parties, stating that he is more concerned with Ghana and putting the people first.
He admitted that when the Ghanaian system isn’t working, he becomes anxious and rants.
“I don’t care about political parties; I care about my nation and putting people first that is why I occasionally become entangled in politics,” he explained.
“To tell you the truth, I want everyone to be OK. I want our hospitals to function properly, our roads to function properly, and our systems to function properly. When I’m anxious, I’ll vent about it.”
“I want to give back to the entertainment business that produced me Sarkodie,” he remarked when asked about the industry. I want to make a lot of changes for future generations; I want them to have a good time. That’s the first box I’m going to check.
“A lot of individuals with no skill are making it a lot bigger than those who have a lot of talent. It’s what you set your mind to,” he went on to say.