Akufo-Addo still writing exam; can't score him now -Rapper M.anifest

Akufo-Addo still writing exam; can't score him now -Rapper M.anifest

Rapper M.anifest says he can not rate the performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo until he is done with his first term in office.

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According to M.anifest, he will not be able to pass judgment on the performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo until he has exhausted his first term in office.

The 'Nowhere Cool' hitmaker stated that he will only assess the president after he completes his first term of office.

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In an interview on Class FM monitored by YEN.com.gh, M.anifest said passing a verdict on the President will amount to marking a student who is still writing an examination paper.

" The President has a four-year mandate. “What is the presidential term? How many years is it? Four years. So, after four years, you can ask me that question. You are asking me to score an exam when the person hasn’t finished writing it. It is what happens at the end of the term that matters, not the mid one," he added.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that M.anifest had refuted claims that seem to suggest that he threw shades at Stonebwoy on Kelvynboy's 'Yawa no dey' song.

M.anifest was featured on Kelvynboy's 'Yawa no dey' song which was released in the heat of the beef between Stonebwoy, Kelvynboy and Blakk Cedi.

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But the 'No Shortcut to Heaven' hitmaker says his rap on that 'Yawa no dey' song was not in any way meant for Stonebwoy.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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