Blakk Rasta Slams Government, Backs Asiedu Nketiah’s ‘Coup-Ready Ghana’ Claim

By Riddy10 3 Min Read

In a recent twist to the ongoing debate sparked by the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah’s assertion that “Ghana is ripe for a coup,” controversial radio personality Blakk Rasta has stepped into the fray, defending the statement and lambasting former NDC Central Regional Chairman Allotey Jacobs for his criticism.

Blakk Rasta, known for his outspoken and often polarizing views, vehemently defended Asiedu Nketiah’s comments, stating that only those with “diabolic mindsets” would criticize him.

According to Blakk Rasta, the current economic hardships facing Ghanaians serve as a testament to the veracity of Asiedu Nketiah’s claim.

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Speaking passionately, Blakk Rasta criticized the Akufo-Addo-led government for what he perceived as mismanagement of the Ghanaian economy.

He even went so far as to suggest that he would not be surprised if a coup were to occur in the country. “What Asiedu Nketia said is that wrong? Tell me. Apart from wicked people and blood-sucking vampires who would always read meanings into well-thought utterances.

My brother, my sister, nobody with common sense would find what Asiedu Nketia said wrong,” Blakk Rasta exclaimed.

Blakk Rasta emphasized that Ghana has experienced circumstances in the past that could have led to coups but instead opted for democratic means. He urged fellow Ghanaians to embrace democratic principles rather than resorting to violence.

Blakk Rasta Slams Government, Backs Asiedu Nketiah's 'Coup-Ready Ghana' Claim
Blakk Rasta

His comments came as a direct response to Allotey Jacobs, who had expressed concern about Asiedu Nketiah’s statement.

Jacobs, speaking on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo morning show, called on the Military High Command to be vigilant, warning that such remarks could signal instability in the country.

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In his original statement, Asiedu Nketiah had argued that Ghana was “more than ripe for a coup d’état,” citing historical precedents and the current state of affairs as evidence.

He credited the nation’s stability to the tolerance and collective history of Ghanaians.

The debate over whether Asiedu Nketiah’s statement was inflammatory or a valid expression of concern continues to divide public opinion, with Blakk Rasta’s support adding another layer to the ongoing controversy.

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