Ghanaian musician Abubakar Ahmed popularly known as Blakk Rasta on his Taxi Driver Show on Zylofone FM propelled a searing assault at the Danquah-Busia-Dombo political convention ancestry of the New Patriotic Party(NPP), guaranteeing that the family of that political custom merits no respect and festivity since they did near nothing in Ghana’s battle for freedom.
Talking on the Show monitored by bawkuonline, Blakk Rasta charged the Danquah-Busia-Dombo political custom of having looked to abandon Ghana’s autonomy battle by telling the Queen of England, that Ghana was not prepared for freedom.
Stating that the NPP is looking for a way to honer its forerunners as contenders for freedom, deserving of festivity when in fact, they don’t merit any respect whatsoever.
He said: “The more I talk about this, the more I feel bad. The more I talk about this, the more I feel weird. People like Nkrumah built silos. They built factories but because your political idiocy , political jingoisms, political hogwashness – my God! – you’ve decided to relegate everything that Kwame Nkrumah did to the background because you want to resurrect your dead ancestors who did close to nothing for this country. Your ancestors were nothing but bomb throwers“
“Your ancestors sold us to the British Queen when we were about to get our independence in this country. They ran to the Queen of England, telling the Queen of England that we were not ready for independence yet.”
When Kwame Nkrumah was running around looking for wonderful places to put on our currency, your ancestors busily ran to the Queen of England and the Queen of England to ask Kwame Nkrumah to put her on our currencies.
“Are these people we should celebrate? People who were so much not in the hurry for us to be liberated.”
He further expressed that he would have demolish all statues in honor of predecessors of the NPP if he were the president of Ghana
“Today they claim that they are the leaders of liberation. Today, they claim that it is their ancestors that we sound celebrate. Their statues are hanging around. I was President, I will crash all those statues of those people who never stood firm for us to liberate ourselves. This is not harsh. This is common sense. We celebrate those who are worth celebrating, not those who are so much in a hurry to return us to colonial rule, not those who are so much in a hurry to bomb. He added