Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Wanlov the Kubolor
Afro-gypsy musician, Wanlov the Kubolor says there is a disease in Ghana more deadly than the Ebola virus or the Cholera that is currently killing a lot of Ghanaians.

According to Wanlov, instead of wasting their time in church, Ghanaians should concentrate on how to rid themselves of the diseases he calls ‘corruption’ and ‘lies’.

“We have a very serious sickness right now in the country. Ghana is currently hard because most of us don’t care about the country, we care about church and how nice heaven will be so we don’t want to fix the problems in Ghana.”

Most people believe that instead of trying to solve our problems, we should rather pray. We are using prayer to waste time instead of doing the work we have to  do to clean Ghana and make Her a better place. When I say clean Ghana, I’m not only talking about filth around which is bringing us the diseases like the Cholera that is killing us more than the Ebola. I’m talking about the corruptions in our minds, hearts, the lies we tell to ourselves and believe them whiles we are lying to other people at the same time,” he told NEWS-ONE.

However, speaking about Sarkodie’s  ‘Inflation’ song, which seems to be causing a lot of controversy in town lately, Wanlov stated that he thinks it is an amazing song.

“I heard the song and I love the song. I think it is an amazing song just like Sarkodie is an amazing artiste. He knows how to be grounded and dream at the same time. He is one of the most talented people we have today,” he added.


By: Nii Ogbamey Tetteh (email: ogbameytetteh@gmail.com , twitter: @ogbameytetteh)

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