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Video of an angry Sarkodie storming the studio to record a diss song about failed Akuffo Addo and the NPP is posted online.

Ghanaians asked for it, and now rapper Sarkodie, real name Michael Owusu, has given it to them: a song that criticizes the government and talks about how bad the economy is.

Rapper Sarkodie’s voice can be heard in a leaked part of a song that was made to talk about the failing New Patriotic Party.

King Sark, who has been quiet for a while, decided to go back into the studio and do what he does best: speak for the people in a song. He did this after NDC supporters attacked him several times for acting like he didn’t notice what people in Ghana were going through.

He talks about how angry he is with the way the country’s leaders are running things and makes some subtle digs at the current government, which is led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo.

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In the song, Sarkodie talked about political vigilantism and the country’s “no employment syndrome.” He also talked about how bad leaders who spend too much money are dragging down the economy.

He said that the death of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, was a big loss for the country because all of the presidents who came after him had only made the country go backwards.

This will be the first song by Sarkodie that talks about things going on in the country while Akuffo Addo is in charge. During the time that John Mahama was president, he put out three songs, The Economy, Inflation, and Dumsor, that talked about national events.

Here’s a bit of the song for you to listen to. Fans are pleading with Sarkodie to put out the whole song.

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