Avram Ben Moshe has launched an attack on Sarkodie over his silence on the power cuts some parts of Ghana have been facing in recent times.

The popular vociferous Ghanaian free thinker who is the Leader and Founder of the Common Sense Family (CSF), in the Facebook live video, has dragged the Ghanaian rapper for being politically biased.

Sarkodie in 2015 released a ‘Dumsor’ track to chastised the erstwhile Mahama administration over power cuts and according to Avram Ben Moshe, he must be reminded to do the same to criticise Nana Addo because ‘dumsor’ is back.

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Tell Sarkodie that dumsor is back so he should record another track … when you people become famous you don’t think of the next generation and walk around with your stomach,” Meshe said in the video seen by pulse.com.gh.

He continued that ” tell Samini that ‘Dumsor’ is back so we are waiting for a song … it is the street that supports your talent but you guys have connived with politicians against the people“.

According to Moshe who is a known critic against the modern-day interpretation of the Bible and Christianity, he was also approached by bigwigs from political parties before the elections but he did not sell his conscience to them.

Source: Pulse Ghana

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