- There has been worldwide outrage about the recent comments by US President, Donald Trump, against the African continent and Haiti
- Radio host KOD has began his birthday celebration by getting rid of all items he purchased from Trump's signature collection
A popular radio host and CEO of the Nineteen57 fashion house, Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), has set fire to some shirts he bought from the Donald Trump signature collection, some years ago.
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KOD, who turns 40 years-old today, posted a video via his Facebook wall, where he explained that at the time he bought the shirts, he thought Donald Trump was a man he could look up to.
However, based off the recent conduct of the American President, KOD decided to burn the shirt on behalf of all "Africans and the oppressed around the world.”
“I chose my 40th birthday to burn this signature collection shirt from Donald J Trump! I bought this shirt four years ago because as a child, I thought Trump was someone I could look up to...That shithole doesn’t deserve a place in my space...I’m burning this on behalf of all Africans and the oppressed across the world,” KOD wrote.
KOD is among the the rising number of Ghanaian personalities that have expressed outrage at President Trump over his recent comments concerning some countries in the world.
Former President John Dramani Mahama took to his Twitter profile to describe the word by Trump as an "insult" indicative of the belief that the "racist" president is running a policy of "Make America White Again."
He called on leaders of the African Union to respond to the comments immediately.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump has fiercely denied these reports of using foul language against immigrants of colour despite anger and outrage against him by news makers across the globe.
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