- Sarkodie is disappointed in the government for the newly proposed $200m chamber for parliament
- He said there are better things to fix in the country than wasting such huge money
- Sarkodie was of the view that the motorway and other roads causing accidents should be given attention
Ghana’s Highest musician Sarkodie, known in real life as Michael Owusu Addo,- is not happy about the decision of government to use a sum of $200m for a new chamber for parliament.
He has expressed his disappointment for the decision, lamenting that there are better things to focus on as a country than a new chamber.
Sakordie noted that if the motorway and other roads in Ghana could be overlooked and a new chamber costing that much be considered, then the kind of people being voted into power needed to be checked.
He wrote: “If All these potholes on the motorway and other roads in Ghana causing accidents can be overlooked to raise 200mil for a chamber then yall know the kinda people we choose to be in power.”
He added that every project by the government should target the betterment of the people first:
Every project should target the betterment of the people first:
His tweets have earned mixed reactions from his fans.
Dress Code, for instance supported Sarkodie writing that the politicians only focus on themselves and their family:
Luv says he agrees with Sarkodie:
Nungua said Sarkodie should go straight to the point:
Activist also said Sarkodie was beating about the bush and needed to be talk to Akufo-Addo:
Oppong argued in favour of the new chamber, saying parliamentarians are people too:
Meanwhile, the Majority Leader in Parliament has agreed for the construction of the new chamber.
He explained that the new chamber would help the Speaker of Parliament see well.
The issue is currently being hotly debated by Ghanaians across all media platforms.
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