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Ashanti Kingdom is huge, don’t speak anyhow — Rapp Fada slams Cheddar on his ‘sea dredging’ comment

Social News Ashanti Kingdom is huge, don’t speak anyhow —Rapp Fada slams Cheddar on his ‘sea dredging’ comment
WED, 27 MAR 2024 LISTEN

Ghanaian musician, Rapp Fada has taken a swipe at Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Cheddar, the leader of The New Force political movement, over his pledge to dredge a sea in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region.

During an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom FM, Rapp Fada criticised Cheddar's proposal, emphasising that there are more pressing issues in the region that require immediate attention.

He suggested that Cheddar should focus on addressing educational challenges and high rates of unemployment instead of making unrealistic promises.

He said, "The Ashanti Kingdom is huge, so he should not speak anyhow. At least, there is Lake Bosomtwe in the region, so dredging a sea is not necessary.

“I think issues that have to do with education and unemployment are more pressing that he needs to look at and not dredging of the sea."

Cheddar's pledge to dredge the sea in Kumasi came to light during an interview with Abusua FM, where he outlined his vision to open up Ghana's Eastern and Western corridors to facilitate trade.

"I have travelled far and wide. I have seen many countries do that. Even Dubai which was a typical desert now has the sea. That is the kind of vision I have for the Ashanti Region. When we dredge the sea to the region, ships can dock in Kumasi," Cheddar explained during the interview.

Gideon Afful Amoako
Gideon Afful Amoako

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