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Agyenkwa Budget 2022: Tilapia Da Cartoonist has done it again with another cartoon.

Only a few individuals in Ghana are capable of incorporating social and political messages into a cartoon narrative, and one of them is none other than Tilapia Da Cartoonist. Over the years, the award-winning cartoonist has used his cartoon illustrations to express some of the country's social and political issues, and he has done it once again with his most recent artwork.

Tilapia Da Cartoonist has combined the recently rejected budget for 2022 and Cecilia Marfo's popular gospel lyric "wha shawa say" to create a fresh visual design. A cartoon representation of the parliament on a green hill can be seen in the image he captioned "wha shawa say': Agyenkwa budget rejected.' A music sign with the words "Budget K) w'akyi Kakra..." appears on the cartoon image of the parliament building.

These phrases on the parliament house are one of Cecilia Marfo's trending video's gospel lines. But Tilapia Da Cartoonist didn't stop there with his image creation.

In addition, the artist included the popular gospel singer in the illustration. Tilapia Da Cartoonist depicted the singer wearing a white long robe and a white head scarf, which matched the singer's outfit in her viral video.

Then, after he was finished, he wrote "Agyenkwa Budget 2022" in the long white robe. To complete his drawing, the cartoonist elevated the picture's one leg and hands in a dancing style, similar to the trending video in which the gospel singer instructed someone to go back and do.

Tilapia Da Cartoonist has produced various types of cartoons to highlight some of the concerns in our society throughout the years, and as a result, he has received numerous prizes and achievements, including the best political cartoonist of the year in 2019.

It is not simple to become a cartoonist, but Tilapia Da Cartoonist has demonstrated that if you are dedicated and put effort into your profession, you can succeed. And because we recognise good art when we see it, we'll share it with you whenever we come across another cartoon work.

Content created and supplied by: Dapaah_Gh (via Opera News )

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