Just day after his arrival in Ghana from his Europe tour, dance hall artiste Shatta Wale has expressed worry about complaints by the youth that things are hard.
Shatta Wale who recently called Ghana ‘a village’ while performing at a show in London took to Facebook on Tuesday to reiterate the sentiment of people on the ‘streets.’
In the post, he noted that the youth are unhappy about hard economic conditions in the country.
“Remember when the youth rise there is no stopping cuz everybody is saying it loud now ..”Chale money no deh “ “the system hard “ my job spoil “ this government has failed us” Yes this is what the street is saying and anyone who will comment and say am lying is a damn liar himself ..
Mr president stand up !!!” he wrote.
This is not the first time the Dancehall King has complained about the economic conditions
He expressed disappointment in the seeming neglect of young people by politicians in successive governments noting that the “youth are complaining.”
Speaking on Citi FM’s Traffic Avenue a few months ago, the ‘Gringo’ hit maker warned that the youth of the country may soon rebel due to disappointments from politicians.
He, however, said he will continue appealing to politicians to focus on improving upon the lives of young people in the country.
While advocating for the young people to be given the opportunity to lead in the country, he criticized politicians for focusing on issues not relevant to the development of young people in the country.