Entertainment of Monday, 3 August 2020
Source: e.Television set Ghana
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Ghanaian Reggae Musician and Radio Presenter Blakk Rasta has asserted that the Coronavirus pandemic and its consequences might provide as a drawback to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in the 2020 December polls.
In accordance to him, the pandemic has ‘stalled’ a good deal of developmental assignments launched by the President and as such it has prompted individuals to appear out for ‘newer faces’ in the impending elections
He built these assertions in an job interview with Content FM’s DJ Adviser on the ‘Ayekoo Following Drive’ show.
“In this pandemic time period, this is a worst time to be a president. Nana Addo has accomplished all the things he can in his possess ability to include this virus. But whatever he does persons will nonetheless complain. People today are complaining. It is not easy. Free of charge scorching food stuff and people are asking how substantially milions?
A ton of the options he experienced from the time he arrived into electric power have all stalled. Just one Village One particular Dam, factories, and so on. How can you do that in this Corona era. It has all smashed up. So people today are searching out for brighter and more recent faces to be equipped to do this. If Nana Addo wins this elections, I will be stunned. “
The Barack Obama hitmaker pointed out however that the President of Ghana is not alone in this predicament. He adds, “And he is not by yourself, all the other presidents in this Coronavirus ,this didn’t aid them. It is sad”.
The coronavirus, which surfaced in a Chinese seafood and poultry sector late last year, has unfold to at minimum 177 nations around the world, killing extra people today and infecting a lot of other people in a subject of months.The World Well being Organization earlier this yr declared the situation a pandemic.
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