Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur ” Michael Owusu Addo” popularly known as Sarkodie in showbiz, has been warned by Yayra Koku, one of the loyal members of the NDC, to not interlope in issues raised by Sammy Gyamfi ” National Communications Officer of the National Democratic Congress”.
This warning was thrown to Sarkodie amid the controversies, made by Sammy Gyamfi after he was lambasted on Twitter for making the death of George Floyd, “the black man who was murdered by the Minneapolis police officers by kneeling on his neck till he became motionless” political.
NDC’s spokesperson ” Sammy Gyamfi”, on the 2nd June 2020 which was a Tuesday, on his twitter handle shared an artwork, which got Ghanaians talking, as it was considered unprofessional and unfair in the sight of Ghanaians. The artwork uploaded was about the president of Ghana “Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Ado” and Mrs. Jean Mensa ” the electoral commissioner of Ghana” bombarding Ghanaians with Voters Register”.
Sarkodie reacted after seeing the shared cartoon because it was considered a mockery to the painful death of the American black man. He further advised him to take off the shared Cartoon post in order for peace to prevail and not for it to be dragged into politics.
A member of the NDC replied Sarkodie quizzing him why Kwame Baffoe Abronye ” NPP’s Regional Chairman for Bono was not questioned and ordered to retract his statements after he accused the member so f National Democratic Congress for being responsible for the demise of Ghana’s able president Atta Mills.
“A useless guy called Abrony3 sat on the TV and was joking with President Mills death, where were you? Masa stay with ur NPP and do ur politics within. Don’t cross the line..”.
Yayra Koku tweeted
Naa my brother we all go wrong sometimes… I will believe your intention wasn’t to joke with these serious n very sensitive issues, but you still wrong just do what’s right…. retract n take it down https://t.co/4Dopst4wLT
— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) June 2, 2020
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