Sarkodie had earlier reacted to a documentary put up by GHOne television on Ghana's sick mortuaries and how it endangers workers.
In the documentary, morgue attendance at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital shared the challenges they go through working at the facility.
Also, they raised concerns on not being paid well as they called for government intervention.
Rapper, Sarkodie reacting to the documentary tagged President Akufo-Addo to tackle the issue.
He added that the documentary is sad to watch.
According to Sarkodie, he had an idea mortuary facilities in Ghana are in bad condition but not this bad.
His tweet reads;
"Ghana's Sick Mortuaries Endanger Workers https://t.co/foLppuk4NQ via @YouTube @NAkufoAddo this is a very serious issue worth tackling!!! Sad to watch! I had an idea our facilities are in bad conditions but not this bad … thank you @GHOneTV".
However, Sarkodie has taken to Twitter seeking for an update on the mortuary facility at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. He has stated that the situation can't be overlooked.
"We can’t let this slide guys !!! What’s the latest ??? Still no feedback from officials at the Korle Bu teaching hospital??? >>> https://t.co/foLppukCDo"
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