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Ghana’s current economic predicament requires radical action –  Reggie Rockstone

Renowned hip-life icon Reggie Rockstone has proposed an unconventional approach to tackle the economic challenges facing Ghana and the broader African continent.

Rockstone, known for his outspoken views, believes that Africa is currently grappling with severe neocolonialism and imperialism.

In a recent interview on the Unkut Show hosted by rapper D-Black, Rockstone expressed his frustration with the state of affairs, emphasizing the need for decisive action.

He called for radical measures, including imprisonment and even execution of those responsible for perpetuating the economic crisis while leading extravagant lifestyles at the expense of the population.

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Rockstone stated, “Africa is moving sideways, Ghana is struggling, and we can’t rely solely on political parties like NPP and NDC to fix things. We need to overhaul everything. Some people need to be held accountable, even if it means locking them up or taking more extreme measures.”

While acknowledging the gravity of his proposal, Rockstone underscored the urgency of addressing poverty-related deaths and the stark contrast with lavish living.

“Africa on the whole is moving sideways, Ghana is not doing too good, and I don’t want to hear no NPP and NDC.

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“What would I change? Everything! They need to lock some people up. You could begin with that; that’s a deterrent. That’s the only way, black people; that’s how we rock. Especially we Africans, You’ve got to show them. Lock some folks up; some people have got to be shot.”

He argued that diverting attention to music and entertainment, while important, often sidelines critical issues that demand immediate attention.

“In saying this, it might sound too drastic to you but do you realize how many people poverty kills? And you’ve got folks out here living the life; folks out here living lavish. Listen when somebody dies because they cannot afford hospital treatment that’s murder,” he stated during a recent appearance on the Unkut Show hosted by rapper D-Black.

Rockstone’s impassioned plea for drastic action against neo-colonial forces resonates with ongoing discussions about economic sovereignty and social justice in Africa.

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