Dancehall phenomenon, Stonebwoy has urged Ghanaians to desist from making tribalistic remarks and utterances that incite.
“Please don’t let any Politician try to divide you, don’t let them come up with any division vibe, don’t let them try to put the North against the South or the East against the West. We are all one Ghana” he said.
This comes after several comments passed between members and supporters of the two main political parties in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress and National Patriotic Party, had been deemed to have political connotations leading to a rise in tensions between the two sides.
Such utterances have become a common occurrence in lead-ups to elections in Ghana and Stonebwoy made his stance clear as he preached for Ghanaians to be watchful and vigilant.
“Please don’t let any Politician try to divide you, don’t let them come up with any division vibe, don’t let them try to put the North against the South or the East against the West.
“We are all one Ghana, we need to live in peace to be able to do the election. When the politician come with the manifesto, let them show us what they have done and what we have to expect from them.
“Please my people don’t fight, don’t do anything that is going to impede the peace of Ghana,” he concluded.
The Clash featured two of Ghana’s heavyweights in the music industry, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale as they clashed in a memorable contest in a bid to decide the king of Ghanaian dancehall music.
The debut event was organized by the Asaase Broadcast Company Ltd and was hosted at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel on 12 September 2020.
Source: Festus Oppong Kwabena Asante