One of Ghana’s most successful entertainment mogul, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, well recognized by the name D-Black has joined the tall list of Ghanaian celebrities who have expressed their disappointment at Ghana’s President, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his government.
The popular rapper and record label owner, during an interview with Giovani Caleb on TV3’s Showbiz 360 revealed that he believed in the ideologies and capabilities of the President and the governing party, but is now totally disappointed as Ghanaians keep suffering day in and day out.
According to him, alot of promises made by the President while he was campaigning in 2016 have not been fulfilled, adding that the citizens of the country are devastated as they have been enduring hardship for a long while now.
”I believed in him but I don’t know what happened, I am disappointed in him. I am disappointed in the government, because alot of promises that were made were not fulfilled. The hardship the youth and the attire country is going through …. I mean we are not blind.”
”Some of the things are not right. Our economy is not in the best of shape. There are not enough hospitals. The roads are terrible. There’s so much going on… a lot of people are not happy,” he averred.
The ‘Vera’ hitmaker who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Black Avenue Muzik further asserted that there is a need for Ghanaian celebrities to voice their opinions on critical matters bothering the society.
According to him,“as entertainers and public figures and people that look up to us are expecting us to speak and air views and our opinions on these things.”
D-Black, despite his disappointment, expressed hope for a better future, saying, “we are just hoping for the best.”