‘I can’t score Akufo-Addo now; he’s still writing his exam’ – M.anifest


Ghanaian rapper M.anifest has said he cannot pass judgment on the performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo until he has exhausted his first term in office.

M.anifest noted that he cannot comment on the President’s performance because, in his view, “the President has a four-year mandate.”

He told Prince Benjamin (PB) on the Class Drive on Monday, 16 December 2019 that passing a verdict on the President will amount to marking a student who is still writing an examination paper.

“What is the presidential term? How many years is it? Four years. So, after four years, you can ask me that question”, he replied to PB who had asked the rapper to grade the President’s performance so far.

“You are asking me to score an exam when the person hasn’t finished writing it. It is what happens at the end of the term that matters, not the mid one,” he added.

M.anifest is organising this year’s Manifestivities at the Bukom Arena on 22 December 2019.
He is also promoting his new album titled “The Gamble”, which already has two hit songs – Tomorrow, featuring Burna Boy and Big mad featuring Simi.

Source: classfmonline

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