Ghanaian musician, Kwaw Kese has opined that the country should legalise scamming.
The rapper made the statement in a post on his twtter account in the wake of the Sputnik vaccine scandal which has been unravelled by a Norwegian newspaper.
Kwaw Kese in the post, accused the government of scamming citizens for planning to buy vaccines that cost $10 at $26 through middlemen.
While inquiring who benefits from the rest of the $16 dollars, the rapper believes that if government can do this, there is no need for scamming to be illegal.
He wrote: “I think Ghana government should legalize scamming . A whole government scamming its citizens, how !!! Sputnik vaccines cost 10$ and government is charging 26$ per vaccine . @NAkufoAddo how come Mr President ??? Who gets the 16$ ?”