Why Suffer in our own Motherland; Primary kids sing Powerful Marching song in Video

Why Suffer in our own Motherland; Primary kids sing Powerful Marching song in Video

- Pupils of a school whose name is withheld were recorded singing a revolutionary song that has got many people reacting on social media

- In the song, the students asked why Ghanaians are suffering so much in their own country

- The song also specifically mentioned President Akufo-Addo and asked him to have 'mercy' on his citizens

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A school of primary pupils has been captured in a video passionately quizzing the government on the state of affairs and asking the sitting president to address the issues.

In a video that was shared by Sir Roy on his personal handle, @TheSirRoy, the pupils who were instructed by their teacher to start the song indicated they were tired of suffering.

The song also mentioned that Ghana is covered in too much bribery and corruption and President Nana Akufo-Addo has to pay heed to his people.

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See the full video below:

YEN.com.gh sighted mixed reactions from Ghanaians on the video.

Check out some of them below:

Andrew Opoku Agyeman with the handle @agyeman_andrew said:

Some teachers are foolish paa oooo why do you bring politics to school gyimi sie saaa how will you fix the country

COSANTINUO JNR suggested that:

I’m even shocked. Meanwhile, they’ve not even completed their syllabus and the teacher had time to teach the kids this song. SMH

@GabbyGreyy indicated that it is actually an old song:

Kids of today don't know this was Kuffour's 2000 election campaign song. What the kids are doing is just a rendition.
Why Suffer in our own Motherland; Primary kids sing Powerful Marching in Video
Why Suffer in our own Motherland; Primary kids sing Powerful Marching in Video Credit: @TheSirRoy
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In another equally interesting report, Twene Jonas, a sensational Ghanaian social media activist who resides in the United States has said that he has been receiving calls offering to pay him to keep quiet.

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In one of his most recent videos sighted by YEN.com.gh on his YouTube channel, Twene Jonas indicated with passion that he was never going to have any of that.

According to him, he is putting Ghana first in the strong advocacy he is embarking on and nobody can pay him enough from Ghana to stop doing that.

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