Raggae musician Issa Anno is blaming leaders in Ghana and Africa as a complete for building the state lousy when we have almost everything as a people today to development.
On his newest track Oh Africa, recorded by audio engineer Appietus and launched two months ago, Issa Anno, showbiz name Rasta attributes the struggles of Ghana to poor leaders.
On the song, Rasta states the nation is blessed with oil, gold, bauxite, cocoa, timber but are unable to boast of developmental jobs.
He employs the tune to embolden citizens to muster the braveness to maintain leaders accountable if they fall short to honour their claims when they are voted into electricity.
The song, according to Rasta is not meant for partying but a get in touch with for action. “This music is not for dancing or to entertain but supposed to result in a improve in Ghana. I want our leaders to be up and undertaking.
“We are unable to proceed to stay in poverty when we have every little thing to prosper yet can‘t make any significant headway as a state,” he mentioned.
In accordance to Rasta, many international locations could not boast of the mineral means that abound in Ghana nonetheless are progressing since of very good leadership and foresight.
“Can’t we have dependable leaders who would be truthful and do the appropriate matters for the betterment of this nation? It is so unfortunate that we are 64 several years outdated and the place can not boast of essential points that ought to be frequent to every citizen in the region,” he said.
Rasta who is a truck driver in Switzerland but is now in Ghana to advertise his music started off his tunes career a lot more than a ten years ago and has tunes these types of as Summer months Girls, Satisfied Birthday, Set Me Totally free and I Am Back Once again.