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What Moral Right Does Sarkodie Has In Governance To Criticize Nana Addo-Stephen Atubiga Questions

As a result of pressure from Ghanaians on Sarkodie to say something about the government system of President Nana Akufo-Addo and Vice President, Dr. Bawumia which has imposed hardship on Ghanaians, the multiple award winning rapper asked the President to give Ghanaians the environment to hustle.

A section of Ghanaians who think Sarkodie wasn’t so hard on President Nana Addo like he was to John Mahama during his administration fired Sarkodie for being bias in his criticism.

”The people are going through it !!! We always do !!! All we ask for is the right environment to hustle/ be productive …”, Sakodie tweeted.

But an estrange member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Stephen Atubiga reacting to Sarkodie’s tweet questioned the moral right he has about governance or the knowlege he has about governmental affairs to criticize the President.

”What moral rights does Sarkodie have in governance or knowledge in governmental affairs to be criticizing the president and his government?”, Stephen Atubiga wrote on Facebook.

He mentioned that Sarkodie’s stand on criticizing the President is hypocritical.

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