After dropping ‘Free Press’ from his mixtape, which is still making headlines for its controversial take on Ghanaian media, Sarkodie goes political on this new track titled "inflation".
The song talks about some serious national issues and other things that aren't going on well in Ghana.
In the song Sarkodie took to President John Mahama asking him to concentrate on the falling Cedi, fuel shortages, exorbitant increases in fuels prices, high cost of electricity, and bad road networks among other basic relevant issues.
Sarkodie said we all know President Mahama is a good communicator and gentleman but he should keep quite if he doesn't have anything to say and he shouldn't make fun of Ghanaians in public.
“If you can’t help us don’t stand in public and ask who said ‘Twiaaaa’”, Sarkodie raps in a line of the song.
Listen to the song below:
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