Michael Owusu Addo, who is popularly known as Sarkodie is undoubtedly the greatest rapper in Ghana and also on the continent.
Sarkodie has reacted to minority of Parliament's recent call on government to make the covid-19 testing at the airport free.
Ghanaians who travel back into the country are forced to conduct a Covid-19 test at the airport. This testing is not free as Ghanaians are urged to pay an amount of $50. Foreigners visiting the country also pay $150 for test at the airport.
According to the minority in Parliament which is being led by Haruna Iddrisu, government should make the testing free for Ghanaians. They believe that Ghanaians coming back to the country are coming to support the socio-economic development of the country and for that reason $50 should not prevent them from doing so.
Sarkodie supports this call by minority in Parliament. He made this revelation on his Twitter page.
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