Black Sheriff, a well- known rapper from Ghana, has added his voice to the debate about the abuses meted out to Ghanaians who protested earlier today calling for an end to the corruption in the nation.
Black Sheriff wrote on Twitter, ” Left the UN Conference in New York City immediately following the president of Ghana’ s presentation. The amount he requested from the UN is unlike anything I’ ve ever heard” .
” So where do they go when they carry all this money that they give to them? Hand on heart, I vouch that none of the money that these individuals borrow in our names is supported by any evidence” .
” And if the individuals whose hardships you describe want to hold you accountable, do you send Koti to have them beat them? This struggle is, Lord knows, ours. I’ m going to hear am” .
The ” Fix the Country” pressure group started a protest earlier today. However, officials from the Ghana Police Service broke into the crowd before to the start of the protest and took some demonstrators into custody.
Some civilians were allegedly brutalized and imprisoned in police cells during the arrest.
Black Sherif’ s assertion on social media has received support and agreement from a large number of internet users. Because of corruption, people are severely hurting in the nation, so they beg for more prominent celebrities to support this effort.
Netizens believe that this fight can’ t be fought by only few people but they need more influencial and more youth to embark on it.