Rapper Edem known in real life as Danning Edem Hotor has expressed his disappointment in the Akufo-Addo led NPP government.
According to the rapper, he cannot feel the change that the president promised in his pocket since times seem tough.
In an interview on Accra-based radio station Joy FM, Edem among other things, talked about music and shared his opinion on the economy.
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When asked how he sees the performance of the current government, Edem revealed that the progress is slow.
"I am not impressed with how things are happening in my pocket. I want to feel something in my pocket because I am not really feeling it," he said.
The 'Toto' hitmaker was of the view that Akufo-Addo has not done well by fulfilling his promises to Ghanaians.
Commenting on what government should do for the youth, Edem stressed that the government must support start-up businesses.
"One thing I like to say is that they should create an atmosphere for young people who want to do business to be encouraged," he noted.
"I think that for me is key. Like for example, the process that someone who does not know people to register business is tedious and he might want to give up," he added.
Rapper Edem rating Akufo-Addo’s government after 2 years in office lamented over how things have been very difficult for Ghanaians.
Meanwhile, Edem has been in the news recently concerning his choice of artiste that he tips to win the VGMA Artiste of the Year.
According to the 'Toto' hitmaker, Lynx Entertainment singer Kuami Eugene is the artiste he is tipping to win the top award.
He noted that comparing all the six top artistes competing for the award, he would tip Kuami Eugene to come out top of all the other artistes.
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