According to report by Ghana’s most authoritative news portal Ghanaontheglobe.com Africa’s most awarded rapper, Sarkodie has finally joined the #FixTheCountry trend on Social Media.
The rapper has tasked the New Patriotic Party led by His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to stop blaming the #FixTheCountry group but they should rather fix the system.
The rapper believes that both the government and the people have a key role to play in fixing the country but he believes that the government should first fix the system and that will automatically fix the individuals.
In a statement released by Sarkodie on all his official Social Media handles which was cited by Ghanaontheglobe.com he stated,
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“I’ve always supported the #FixTheCountry agenda since the beginning of my career through my music. I know they (Politicians and Political Party Follows) intentionally politicize my opinion (even when they know is the truth) to save their party, thinking I’m attacking a particular party.
“I don’t explain myself because people with political ears and eyes will never accept it and try to attack My submission and that has been our biggest problem as a country and that’s one of the main reasons why we are stagnant.
“We all play a role in building our nation so I support both the #FixTheCountry (to leaders) and #FixYourSelf (Citizens) but at this point, leaders (Government) have more to do for citizens to fix themselves. It takes exceptionally discipline people to try and live right in all messed up system that frustrates your day to day activities.
“If you fix the system then you can blame the people 100% for not fixing themselves and that is why you are leaders. Fixing the country automatically fixes the people.
God bless my country Ghana.”