Emmanuel Kofi Botchwey, known by his stage name Kwaw Kese and popularly called Abodam, is a Ghanaian hiplife artist. Kwaw Kese is well known for his hit album Abodam 2007, for which he won five awards at the 2008 edition of the Ghana Music Awards
Kwaw Kese has has boldly taken to social media to suggest that the nation ought to legalize scamming.
The ”1 Mad” rapper offered the expression in a post on his Twitter account in the wake of the Sputnik immunization outrage which has been exposed by a Norwegian journalist.
Kwaw Kese in the post, blamed the government for defrauding residents for intending to purchase vaccines that cost $10 at $26 through agents.
While asking who profits by the remainder of the $16 dollars, the rapper accepts that if government can do this, there is no requirement for scamming to be unlawful.
Kwaw Kese took to the microblogging platform and tweeted with caption;
”I think Ghana government should legalize scamming . A whole government scamming its citizens, how !!! Sputnik vaccines cost 10$ and government is charging 26$ per vaccine . @NAkufoAddo how come Mr President ??? Who gets the 16$ ?”
Checkout his tweet below;