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Kwaw Kese interprets “breaking the 8” in a mocking manner as the dollar reaches GHC8.

Kwaw Kese interprets “breaking the 8” in a mocking manner as the dollar reaches GHC8.

Kwaw Kese argues that Ghanaians who favor the building of the National Cathedral lack intelligence.

NPP aspires to rule for a total of 12 years.

A seasoned rapper from Ghana by the name of Kwaw Kese, Emmanuel Botchwey, has mocked the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) by using the phrase “breaking the 8,” which has become a catchphrase for the party as the dollar now equals GHC8.

The NPP’s catchphrase, “breaking the 8,” serves as a reminder to its members and management of the party’s intention to overturn the established rule that political parties in Ghana would be ousted after eight years of dominance in order for a new party to take over. Therefore, “breaking the 8” refers to a twelve-year reign.

Kwaw Kese shared a photograph of the dollar-cedi exchange rate, showing that $1 is comparable to GHS 8, in a social media post on the bird app with the comment, “$1 is equal to GHS 8.” “What they mean by “breaking the 8 o’clock” is this. Politicians can celebrate their victory.”

Recently, the rapper made headlines for criticizing certain Ghanaians for supporting the government’s intention to build a National Cathedral in spite of the nation’s faltering economy.

Kwaw Kese shared a photograph of the dollar-cedi exchange rate, showing that $1 is comparable to GHS 8, in a social media post on the bird app with the comment, “$1 is equal to GHS 8.” “What they mean by “breaking the 8 o’clock” is this. Politicians can celebrate their victory.”

Recently, the rapper made headlines for criticizing certain Ghanaians for supporting the government’s intention to build a National Cathedral in spite of the nation’s faltering economy.

Kwaw Kese referred to such people as “fools” in a tweet.

An enormous portion of Ghanaians have fiercely opposed the government’s proposal to build a national cathedral.

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The money intended for building the National Cathedral, according to the initiative’s opponents, should instead be used to upgrade public amenities and raise the standard of living for Ghanaians.

Check out Kwaw Kese’s post

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