- Blakk Rasta says Ghana has turned into the definition of hell
- Speaking on his radio show on Zylofon FM, he stated that the leaders of the country are not helping to make life better for the citizens
- He also added that the leaders act like the country is theirs
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Radio Presenter, Blakk Rasta, says the level of hardship in Ghana has turned the country into a hell that even the devil wouldn't want to stay in.
Speaking on his radio show on Zylofon 102.1 FM, he tore into the authorities for making life difficult for Ghanaians when they are supposed to make it better.
He also questioned why the leaders of the country pretend to be acting in the interest of the citizens when it isn't so.
"Politicians reap what they have not sown, while citizens are forced to work hard in the land.Youare our leaders but you behave as if the country belongs to you," said Blakk Rasta according to a Pulse Ghana report.
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"You allow Ghanaians to do the hard work in the country and you sit somewhere and think of how you are going to make yourselves richer. You treat Ghanaians like slaves. We are tired of this.”
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported about a claim by Blakk Rasta that Nana Appiah Mensah, also known as NAM1, paid him 10,000 cedis as salary at Zylofon FM.
He said NAM1 offered him a juicy deal for him to join the radio station at the time it was being birthed. NAM1 did not approach him directly but rather through Sammy Flex.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported about an interview of Blakk Rasta saying Ghanaian ancestors would have joined the #FixTheCountry which took place on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, if they could physically do so.
He made the assertion whilst speaking to Citi FM's Dzifa Ametam as part of a number of Ghanaians who took to the streets of Accra to express their displeasure with the performance of the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government.
Blakk Rasta added that the ancestors of the country are angry about the lack of development of the country.