Award Winning rapper, Kwesi Arthur has said that the probability of failing in life as a Ghanaian is way higher than making it.
According to the Afrobeats singer, Ghana’s government and leaders in the country do not care about the people, but are rather interested in their own selfish interest.
The Tema-based singer and “Anthem” hitmaker stated that this the case because the government is auctioning the country to the highest bidder without taking into considering the future leaders.
Kwesi Arthur was on the “Crib Session” hosted by Tim Westwood. He Said “Where we dey comot from, it’s easy to fail, government dey put the country out for sale”
He joins the likes of other Ghanaians who have visited the studio in the past including rappers Sarkodie, M.anifest, Strongman, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Yaa Pono and some others.
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