Slim Buster is one of the prominent musicians from Ghana. Many Ghanaians mostly identify Slim Buster as a result of his nice dance moves in his music videos. Slim Buster is currently not in the country and he is hosting a political and entertainment show on social media.
Speaking live on his program today Saturday 9th July 2022, Slim Buster drops a bold message to the president of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo. Lamenting on the current hardship in Ghana, Slim Buster made it clear that he is not going to keep quite untill Ghanaians can have a goof standard of living.
According to Slim Buster, he is not in Ghana but does not mean he is going to be mute for Ghanaians to suffer under Nana Addo. In the view of Slim Buster, if possible His Excellency Nana Addo show resign just like the way Boris Johnson resigned from office.
Slim Buster further complain about mismanagement of resources under Nana Addo which is leading them to IMF.
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