- Sarkodie’s wife Tracy Sarkcess has cried over the issues of border closure
- She described it as “really unbecoming”
- Tracy said she has lived outside Ghana for nearly six months and she is already tired
- She questioned why the government had still closed the country’s borders leaving over 3,000 Ghanaians stranded abroad
- Tracy wondered why the government cannot emulate other countries that airlifted their citizens from overseas
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Tracy Sarkcess, the wife of Ghana’s Highest rapper, Sarkodie, has complained about the issue of the border closure necessitated by the COVID-19.
According to her, the issue is really unbecoming because over three thousand Ghanaians are stranded overseas.
Tracy cried that some countries had airlifted their citizens from abroad and sent them back home, wondering why Ghana’s case is different.
She lamented that “it is not as if the virus is not in Ghana”, adding that the coronavirus cases have even quadrupled since the border closure.
To her, the situation makes no sense at all.
Tracy said due to the closure, she has had to be away from Ghana and stay in the USA for nearly six months, something she is not happy about.
She added that she is really tired and fed up, as she indicated her emotions with a crying emoji.
Fans have reacted to Tracy’s’ rant about the border closure.
Boobo, for instance, said she was complaining because her money had been used up:
Ann assured that the situation will be done and over soon:
Lapkpaz t wrote that Tracy has not seen anything yet:
James was positive that the couple will be home soon:
Meanwhile, reports went haywire that contrary to Sarkodie's claim that he is in the USA, he is actually not there.
According to the report, the rapper and D-Black are not there as they claim.
D-Black, however, responded throwing a jab at the government.
Also, musician Pappy Kojo is also stuck in Italy for some months now.
He once begged the government to help him come home, but his pleas were not heard.
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