‘If any President wants to fight corruption right now, he will be dead in 2 weeks’ – Okyeame Kwame

The rapper and singer Okyeame Kwame has proposed that the first step in resolving Ghana’s issues is educating the next generation.

Okyeame Kwame claims that corruption permeates the existing political environment, making major change nearly impossible.

The rapper from Ghana voiced skepticism that any leader could eradicate corruption entirely due to its widespread nature.

‘If any President wants to fight corruption right now, he will be dead in 2 weeks’ – Okyeame Kwame

“NDC/NPP cannot help Ghana; family is what can help Ghana. The problem affecting us as a people is a problem of the mind. The corrupt system cannot fix itself; it makes a lot of people rich and happy. If a president wants to come and fight corruption in the country right now, he will be dead in 2 weeks. It’s not about pay; it’s not about money; it’s about morality,” he asserted.

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Okyeame Kwame attributed the root cause of corruption to the mindset of the current generation of Ghanaians.

Okyeame Kwame proposed that the most effective solution is to instill incorruptibility in the youth from an early age.

According to Okyeame Kwame, the mindset of Ghanaians in the present generation is the primary cause of corruption.

 

Okyeame Kwame suggested that the best course of action would be to establish incorruptibility in children from a young age.

“The politician was put in power by you and me; they are a representation of us, so if they are corrupt, it shows that you are corrupt. I agree that politicians are causing problems, but as you fight the politicians, train your child not to think like a politician.

“My vision is that we train our children to be incorruptible so that they will grow up and do away with this corrupt system. That is the only way I think Ghana would develop. Let us focus on training the young ones now,” he emphasized

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