The Country Is Hard But I Still Stand By My ‘Nana Toaso’ Phrase – Sarkodie

Sarkodie says he still stands by the fact that he musically campaigned for the re-election of President Akufo-Addo by saying “Nana Toaso” in his song.

Sarkodie says he still stands by the fact that he musically campaigned for the re-election of President Akufo-Addo by saying “Nana Toaso” in his song.

According to him, although it came across as politically controversial, has no regrets about his actions, which sought to appreciate the President’s work, and why he hasn’t composed a song for the current administration like he used to. 

Sarkodie in an interview 3Music TV stated that, he benefited directly from the free water, free and free SHS and thus decided to endorse the candidature of Akufo-Addo for the 2020 elections.

Sarkodie went further and said that he is not inspired to write any new songs because the concerns he addressed in “Dumsor,” “Inflation,” and “Masses” during John Mahama’s presidency still exist today

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“I still stand by it. I benefitted from Free education directly and I endorsed that. My mother used to disturb me about school fees but due to the FREE SHS, I became okay. It was not much, but that was why I supported it.”

Sarkodie admitted to the fact that regardless of what he said, he has not lost touch with reality…the fact that the country is hard and many citizens are suffering.

“I still stand by it but the country is worse and we are in a serious crisis because people are really suffering” he said.

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You may recall that rapper Sarkodie’s “Nana Toaso” phrase became popular after his song “Happy Day” with Kuami Eugene, in which he indirectly endorsed President Nana Addo to win the 2020 election alongside Mahama

This caused a lot of reactions because people assumed that by endorsing Nana Addo in this struggling economy, King Sark had pocketed a lot of money from the ruling party. 

Kuami Eugene, on the other hand, took his share of insults as people claimed his career was put at risk. The musician later clarified that he was unaware that Sark would use that word in the song.

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