It was announced yesterday that police and military personnel have clashed with some youth at Ejura Sekeyedumase in the Ashanti region. The security personnel clashed with the youth leads to the death of a certain man called kaka. When the death case was announced, it was disclosed to t public that, the man was the leader of the #FixTheCountry protest. So few minutes after the news went viral, a Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste went to the internet to say his mind. He urged the youth of the country to work hard and stop relaxing on people. He writes," Chale go To Mokola this morning boys are hustle to make am this morning and dem go get at least something to turn around. stop this school typings and find yourself. You are lost. Learn street sense small. We are all suffering but you have just told yourself, somebody has to feed you before you can move in My life. My guy forgets your thinking because my thinking makes sense different!! #GodFirst".
After he made these comments, so many well-known people in Ghana stop following on All his social media platforms. This includes kelvin Taylor of Loud silence tv and he has urged his followers too to unfollow him on all his social media platforms
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