One of Ghana’s emerging music stars, Black Sherif, has expressed his strong disapproval of the alleged mistreatment of protesters by the Ghana Police Service on September 21, 2023. Apexnewsgh.com report
Black Sherif, who had been attending the UN Conference in New York City, stated that he had left right after President Nana Akufo-Addo’s presentation. Taking to Twitter (X), the artist expressed his surprise at the substantial amount of money requested from the United Nations by President Akufo-Addo.
“I have never heard of such a huge amount being requested from the UN,” he commented.
The Highlife/Hiplife star also questioned where these vast sums of money end up once they are disbursed to representatives of their respective nations. He passionately claimed that there is no evidence of responsible utilization of these funds, which are borrowed in the name of the citizens.
He expressed his support for the #OccupyJulorBiHouse protest, which was stopped by the police in the areas near the 37 Military Hospital and Jubilee House.
Referred to as Kwaku Rasta, he strongly criticized the alleged use of excessive force by the police against the demonstrators, who were protesting outside the seat of government, the Golden Jubilee House.
He questioned, “If you accurately record people’s struggles and they come to demand accountability, is it appropriate to send the police to beat them?”
In a clear display of dissatisfaction, the acclaimed singer-songwriter and rapper, Sherif, confidently stated that even God acknowledges “this battle is ours”.
He concluded by remarking that disenchanted citizens have not yet expressed their final thoughts.
In Pidgin, he emphatically declared, “Una go hear am.”
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