Popular Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie expresses his displeasure with the current increase of fuel prices in Ghana.
The rapper who is currently out of the country has duly informed his followers that he will now be staying indoors when he returns to Ghana.
He took to his Twitter page, letting his fans know once he returns to Ghana he’ll stay indoors and have one-on-one meetings on Zoom calls only.
“Staying indoors when I touch down GH … Zoom calls only … #FuelPrices,” he tweeted.
Staying indoor when I touch down GH … Zoom calls only … #FuelPrices— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) March 15, 2022
His latest complaint has triggered a backlash from some tweeps. Some have been calling the rapper to finally drop a song to criticize Nana Addo and his government.
Others also believe Sarkodie’s tweet is a hint that he is about to drop another political song to address the hardship, increased fuel prices and corruption under the ruling NPP government.
See the tweets belows:
_Fire go burn u paaa. No be you talk say Nana “Toaso”, suffering no de3 ego reach everybody oo https://t.co/8RRR0VgMdu— Halvin (@Halvin07) March 15, 2022
Sarkodie future president is about addressing the nation once again Fellow Ghanians get ready to Rambo oOoOO https://t.co/jl4Cq28vcx— Sark? (@KEMFA22) March 15, 2022
Naa, not enough tell @NAkufoAddo to please be sensitive and use the oil reserves we have at BOST to absorb us from these hardship.— Nii Amala ??????????????? (@NiiAmala) March 15, 2022