For some time now, the Ghanaian rap star and multiple award-winning musician of “Omo Ada” fame, Medikal has been trending in the entire nation for very interesting reasons.
Early today, Ghanaians were baffled to see a post on his tweeter handle claiming that he saved Ghanaian rap four years ago. A tweet many Ghanaians found hilarious since the rap star, was not then counted among top rap artiste in that year in question.
This is therefore surprising only for the rapper to write that tweet. However, many fans find it amusing for the “Too risky” hit maker to make that claim. The tweet which read as follows seems a bit questionable since scores of fans to doubt the veracity of the story.
“4 years ago, I saved Ghanaian rap music from dying and I promise to keep it alive”.
Medikal seems to be making all the headlines for the bad reasons from his comments on Peace Fm claiming that it is not wrong for a minor to get on stage at odd hours. However, the children’s act of the 1992 criminalizes it.
“children and young persons receive special protection against exposure to physical and moral hazards; and every child has the right to be protected in engaging in work that constitutes a threat to his health, education or development”. (Article 28; 1d and 2)
Form this it would be highly wrong to take a child or a minor to a place where people are likely to show violent and immoral behavior, without repercussions.
BY: ONESIPHORUS OBUOBI