- Sarkodie’s wife has criticised the government on the requirement for mandatory quarantine
- She said they are stuck within the four corners of their hotel room, which is not healthy
- Tracy said they are not even allowed on the compound of the hotel for fresh air
- She said even prisoners are treated better than what they are being made to go through
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Tracy Sarkcess, the wife of Ghana’s celebrated rapper, Sarkodie, has spoken out on their mandatory quarantine.
Tracy has complained that they are being treated poorly in a way not even prisoners experience.
She said they are stuck between the four corners of their hotel room, and with two little children with them, they do not feel safe.
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According to Sarkodie’s wife, they aren't even allowed to take a stroll on the hotel premises.
“It doesn’t feel healthy, mentally and physically. Aren’t prisoners even allowed out for 30 minutes?” Tracy Sarkcess complained.
This is not the first time Tracy has spoken out without mincing words on a situation she feels is not right.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, she blasted Akufo-Addo over the closure of Ghana’s borders for so long.
Tracy deemed it useless because, according to her, coronavirus was already in Ghana.
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She asked the government to open the borders because they had been abroad for nearly six months and were tired.
Ghanaians descended on her, accusing her of being disrespectful.
Meanwhile, Sarkodie has been affected by the earth tremor that rocked part of Accra on the night of 24 June.
A video published earlier by YEN.com.gh shows some items of Sarkodie’s room damaged.
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