2024 polls: I will leave Ghana if Bawumia wins –Blakk Rasta
Radio presenter Blakk Rasta recently made a statement saying that he will leave Ghana if Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia wins the upcoming presidential elections. Both candidates from the New Patriotic Party and the National Democratic Congress have already begun their campaigns to be elected as president.
Blakk Rasta, during a radio show on February 8, stated that he will take his family, pets, and belongings out of the country if Dr. Bawumia remains in power. He strongly believes that if the Vice President wins, the country and its people will suffer greatly.
Blakk Rasta’s comment was made in response to Dr. Bawumia’s address to the nation about his plans for the country if he becomes President. However, the Vice President has faced criticism for his past initiatives, with many Ghanaians questioning his ability to improve the economy as he is part of the current government.
There is a general belief that Dr. Bawumia’s proposed solutions to fix the economy are no different from what his government has already tried in the past.
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