The Kwaku Frimpong de as3m b3ba hitmaker has been in the news for a long period since the release of his hit song Kwaku the traveller.
He's reacted to the just-ended demonstration which has led to the loss of lives and injuries to the people around, on an interview black Sheriff went ahead in saying the demonstrators went for the demonstration with a core aim and pleads the government seeks to take this idea into their consideration and address to them.
Speaking in a one-on-one interview on the Kastle Entertainment Show, the ‘Gold Digga’ hitmaker pleaded with the Ghana Police Service to be patient with those who decide to demonstrate to avert any calamities in the future.
“In situations like this you think about the demonstrators and it’s patience that we need because I don’t think things should have gone that way,” he said on Cape Coast’s Kastle FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com
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