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Nana Akufo-Addo Deletes His Tweet After Sarkodie Warned Him Not To Use His Song For Campaign

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President Akufo-Addo has deleted his tweet which praised Sarkodie for endorsing him for another term in office after the rapper warned him.

Yesterday, Sarkodie was trending number one on social media after he released a song with Kuami Eugene which sounded like a campaign song for NPP.

In the song, Sarkodie mentioned some good works the Akufo-Addo lead government has accomplished and ended by saying “Nana Toaso” which means he should continue his good initiatives.

The President reacted to the song by tweeting how great the song is and also capitalized on the opportunity to campaign for votes.

Sarkodie in return begged the President not to go head over heels on the song because it was not sang for him. He cleared the air that he never mentioned the NPP and as such they should not use the song for politics.

In a related story, Kuami Eugene has denied knwledge that the Happy Day song was a political song for the NPP. He claims Sarkodie tricked him in thinking the song was a motivational song.

“I am uncomfortable, I still don’t know Sarkodie’s motive for the song. The endorsement will have an effect on my career. I wasn’t ready to vouch for any political party openly. I know it will not end here” – Kuami Eugene told MzGee.

 

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Captain Planet Explains Why Ghana Will Never Get Grammy Nomination

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Hip Life musician Captain Planet of 4×4 fame has expressed his opinion on why Ghanaians always miss out on Grammy nominations.

GRAMMYs is arguably the biggest music award and musician across the globe strive to be recognized in this prestigious award.

The 63rd Academy Award released its nomination for the next edition and Ghana is missing in the categories. Rapper Captain Planet claims he knows the reason why.

According to him, Ghanaians should be blamed for our music not crossing borders and getting recognized by such award schemes.

He opined that Ghanaians always label artiste albums as thrash and that is why the Academy board does not consider nominating artiste from Ghana.

“People are wondering why ghanaians dnt get Grammy nominations ? Your own people have already trashed your album on social media so how do you expect the board of grammys to even access something that your own people have already trashed . It’s of no use to them. #BlameAgenda” he wrote.

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Wizkid Wasn’t Nominated For Grammys- See Why

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It has now become apparent that Wizkid wasn’t nominated for this year’s Grammys, contrary to the previous news which says the Nigerian singer has gained his first nomination alongside Burna Boy. 

The misconception was created moments after the nominees were released and Wizkid‘s song with Beyonce, Brown Skin Girl got the nod for Best Music Video and which by defult makes Wizkid a nominee.

However, a clarification of this is available on the Grammys website which clearly states that Wizkid isn’t recognized as one of the artists on the “Brown Skin Girl” video nominated for the “Best Music Video” award.

The Grammys nominated and recognized “Beyoncé Knowles-Carter & Jenn Nkiru, video directors; Lauren Baker, Astrid Edwards, Nathan Scherrer & Erinn Williams, video producers”.

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Nana Addo Saved Me When I Had Accident— Samini Reveals

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Dancehall artiste Samini is still trying all he can to convince his loyal fans and Ghanaians on why he decided to go the Nana Addo way.

He says he saved him, not directly but he saved him when he had an accident.

According to him, he was cycling all the way from Sogakope to the Mole National park and had the accident and could have had serious lifetime injuries had it not been for one of the ambulances Nana Addo released some time ago.

“The other day I was cycling and I had a little accident and we actually had a designated ambulance with us, We cycling all the way from Sogakope tot the mole National park, I had to stop at Dambai. The rationale here is that I don’t know when ambulances like that so we could have one designated to us”

He says that is why he decided to campaign for the NPP because he has benefited from some of their initiatives.

“But for that ambulance, I would have had a serious problem and I have a scar to show but there was an ambulance and it took care of me right there and then before they took me to the hospital. The ambulance is something I’ve experienced it and so I know if something is happening in some remote corner at least one ambulance is going to get there.”

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