RudeBoy of PSquare Opens Up On Why He Vacations In Ghana: "The System Works Better"

RudeBoy of PSquare Opens Up On Why He Vacations In Ghana: "The System Works Better"

  • Superstar Nigerian musician RudeBoy has spoken highly about laid down structures in Ghana
  • According to him, these reasons push him to spend quality time in Ghana compared to spending time in Nigeria
  • His comments follow a response to his reaction after Ghana pipped his country Nigeria to a place at the Qatar World Cup

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Nigerian superstar, RudeBoy known in real life as Paul Nonso Okoye has said he is proud of how Ghana's infrastructure, education, and security issues are laid down compared to his home country, Nigeria.

The younger twin of the famed music group, P-Square in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on pulse.com.gh, was reacting to the inability of his country to beat Ghana to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

He indicated that he was proud of Ghana and that he knew many Nigerians come here for holidays.

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RudeBoy of PSquare says Ghana has a better system than Nigeria
RudeBoy of PSquare fame. Source: iamkingrudy
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The musician added that Ghana boasted of stable power supply, good roads, security, good university that "40% of Nigerians occupy"

He however did not have similar kind words for his home country and stated that:

"...But these ones here are busy inflating pains on their own.”

The Black Stars of Ghana sealed a spot in the FIFA World Cup after a return leg game in Abuja ended in one all draw.

The news of the Super Eagle’s loss to the Black Stars of Ghana on their own turf, erupted reactions on social media as Nigerians bewailed the state their country was in.

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Meanwhile, a Ghana Black Stars football fan who went viral during Ghana’s two-legged Qatar 2022 World Cup playoffs with Nigeria is set to be sponsored with a trip to the football Mundial.

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In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on pulse.com.gh, a former Ghanaian U20 player, Karim Sadat made this known on his official Twitter page.

The said fan, whose name is yet to be known, was captured eating and crying during the first leg between the Black Stars and the Super Eagles at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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