“Abodam” Curses Ghanaian Politicians
Controversial hip life artiste, Emmanuel Botwe, popularly known as Kwaw Kese, has expressed anger over the 275 buses procured by the Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay.
According to the “Yakubu” hit maker, the monies used in purchasing the buses should have been used to purchase ambulances for hospitals across the country.
In a video posted on facebook, he said “it is stupidity and foolishness to import 275 brand new buses for a political party when the whole of Ghana is grappling with just 55 ambulances. God should continue punishing Ghana, and our leaders must start dying one by one.”
His comment follows the purchase of 275 buses by the National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Freddie Blay, for his party.
The elected Chairman is reported to have personally procured the 275 buses for all NPP offices in the constituencies across the country, ahead of the delegate’s congress which was held in Koforidua.
This was seen by his opponents as a plot to win the votes of delegates, with the opposition party also calling on the Special Prosecutor to probe the matter.
However, kwaw kese who recently lost his child, believes the money should have been used to purchase ambulances instead of the buses.
“Go to Korle-Bu’s emergency ward and see how patients are suffering over lack of ambulances, yet politicians are able to raise money to buy buses for their activities,” he mentioned.
Kwaw Kese is well known for his hit album “Abodam”, for which he won five awards at the 2008 edition of the Ghana Music Awards.
He has songs like “Yakubu”, “Haters”, “Swedru Agona”, “Katiboom”, and many others to his credit.
Source: thepublisher/Emmanuel Britwum