President Nana Akufo-Addo has been warned by Prophet Kofi Oduro of the Alabaster International Ministries not to abuse his position.
In reference to the recent controversy surrounding American rapper Meek Mill, who was seen in and surrounding the Jubilee House while making poses seen as disrespectful to the Prez, the outspoken pastor made the following statement.
Many of Prophet Oduro’s analogies concerned the likelihood that a musician from Ghana would be invited to the White House, let alone have the opportunity to pose for pictures with the president on the presidential platform.
In a video that went viral, he bewailed his congregation, “Ghana my country, our forefathers sacrificed in vain, am telling you.” He went on to say, “Now look at the things that are going on, abuse.”
This young singer just visited, and while here he snapped photographs of himself in various poses behind the podium. Will that even be allowed in the Oval Office?
“Which of our artists have gone to America and seen the president of America, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, which of them have seen the president of America?” he said.
He also lamented the fact that leading people in the country had not had the opportunity to visit the Jubilee House, but Meek Mill has, and how the rapper’s behavior while there had offended a wide range of people.
An apology was extended by the rapper to the people of Ghana and the presidency when it was discovered that the rapper’s next video will use footage of the Jubilee House.
He removed the video post from Instagram and claimed the White House had no idea he had filmed there.
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