Sarkodie takes to Twitter to vent about Africa and her problems: Suggests drastic measures be taken

Sarkodie[/caption] Award-winning Rapper, Sarkodie has joined the list of celebrities who are not happy about certain developments in  Ghana and  Africa at large. The rapper took to Twitter to vent at how our leaders have disappointed us. He even suggested that may be a dictatorship could help solve our problems. “What we need at this point might seem like dictatorship and will feel uncomfortable since we have enjoyed temporal freedom for a minute but we need drastic measures to survive,” he tweeted. https://twitter.com/sarkodie/status/1072644839945179136 In another tweet, he wrote: “We can’t be taking orders from the oppressor… it will never be in our favor.” https://twitter.com/sarkodie/status/1072643482689421312 He also went ahead to allude to the possible modern day colonialism that was being done subtly by “our colonial masters”. “Lemme predict what’s gonna happen: they will come in with money to buy our rights again and build their labels here … sign 90% of us and control the revenue… And our survival instincts might not help with the best decisions.” https://twitter.com/sarkodie/status/1072530001369673729 The “Biibiba” hit maker went ahead to suggest that our generation was responsible to make the changes that we so much desire “At this point , to make a change , let’s forget about the older generation, even our generation and impact the next,” he added. https://twitter.com/sarkodie/status/1072530001369673729 The rapper also charged his fellow Africans to take our pride back. “Those feelings are coming back again as always … My dream is for Africa to realize our power and care for our people … We need to take our pride back,” he said in another post. https://twitter.com/sarkodie/status/1072635157646114816 Sarkodie has never been the type to keep quiet about issues relating to governance. The rapper has in the past used his music to charge the youth to do better for themselves. Sarkodie’s newest cypher, “Biibiba”, features 10 up and coming rappers.]]>

Source: ameyawdebrah.com

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