Ghanaian Rapper Aziz Havoc Blasts Government In His Latest Song, “Economy”

Ghanaian Rapper Aziz Havoc Blasts Government In His Latest Song, “Economy”

High-quality roads and bridges are critically important for Ghana’s future. But today, they are severely under-funded. Traffic congestion increases each year. More and more roads suffer from potholes and rutted pavement.

Many of Our bridges are showing their age with structural deficiencies. And in truth, the vast majority of highway revenues are spent on highway maintenance rather than expanding capacity.

The question is: Don’t we have Government.  Ghanaian Award Winning rapper and singer, Aziz havoc who is a force to be reckoned with in the side of hip/hop, Afrobeat, Afropop stands as the voice of the struggling masses as he spits out the hardships the ordinary Ghanaians are going through on the street and town faces Speaking about how the government has paid a death ear to some cries from his area and other towns in Ghana in his newly released song titled, “Economy” he spoke about bad roads, corruption and others

Bad roads are a problem many of us are used to deal with, bad roads create gaping potholes. Day after day, we suffer nightmarish commutes while waiting for local government to help solve the issue. He also spoke about corruption in the song.

Corruption exists in all branches of the Ghanaian government, and there is often a lack of accountability. Since independence in 1957 every government, from Kwame Nkrumah to Akuffo Addo has been accused of being corrupt. I believe there is some level of corruption in every man, some are able to tame it others don’t really care. This dude is really talented and Ghanaians need to pay attention to the songs he always talks about a positive message that can bring change in Ghana and everyday life  Download and Listen to his new songs on all music platforms (Aziz Havoc- Economy)

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