Ghanaian-English hip hop recording artist, Fuse ODG, who is known in private life as Nana Richard Abiona has come down hard on Ghanaian leaders and Ghanaians as a whole for the sort of reception the whole of the country is currently offering to the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla as they visited the country yesterday, November 2, 2018 for a five-day visit.
In a video sighted by zionfelix.net on the Instagram page of Fuse, he questions why all of a sudden security and hospitality in the country is tightened and increased respectively to make sure the two royal guests of the country are safe. The musician also questions why children, who are supposed to be in the class have been dragged out to stand in the scorching sun just to wave at people who they do not even know. Fuse again in the video asks if Ghanaians and state leaders will be offering this same treatment to our own traditional leaders if the need be.
The ‘Azonto’ hitmaker, further asks if the same sort of treatment being given to the two royals will also be given to a great roral like the Asantehene, Otumfour Osei Tutu II. Fuse ODG in the video also asks Ghanaians who have traveled from abroad to see Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla if they are in the country with a different purpose either than shaking their hands. He also suggests to such people to do their best to ask the two royals the right question.
In as much as Fuse takes all these right swipes at state leaders and Ghanaians in general, he advises everyone to be mindful of the sort of education we are offering to the young one. He also advises the media in Ghana to give the right education to all who listen and read from them, instead of the inferiority education that is usually offered in his view.
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