A rapper from Ghana named Sarkodie, who just released his album “Jamz,” has spoken out about how the increase in petrol costs has impacted him.
He confessed in an interview with Joy FM’s Showbiz A to Z over the weekend that despite his notoriety and success, he still has hardships.
“I wouldn’t be able to have my hands on everything because at least, thank God, we have moved from a certain stage where our problems may not necessarily be like the regular person on the street,” he said.
“If myself I can have a level of hardship in certain things, it’s not hardship (perse) but it was a big shock, fuel prices are crazy. To fill my car now, I am hitting towards 2,000 cedis, which is serious.
“You need about 2,000 cedis to be able to run around three days,” he added.
The country’s current economic challenges were acknowledged by Sarkodie last week.
Although he doesn’t think it’s essential to release a song condemning the government, he does think that a lot of people are going through hard circumstances.
He said that “the country is worse [today]” in an interview with 3Music TV on Thursday, November 10, 2022.
“A serious problem has arisen. A lot of people are distressed.
Source By BigTimezGH.com