Shatta Wale chides Samira Bawumia’s brother over property demolition

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Shatta Wale chides Samira Bawumia’s brother over property demolition

In a bid to underscore his concerns regarding the abuse of power and the forceful accumulation of assets by some persons in power, Shatta Wale reacted

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In a bid to underscore his concerns regarding the abuse of power and the forceful accumulation of assets by some persons in power, Shatta Wale reacted to recent reports of property demolition allegedly involving a brother of Samira Bawumia in Accra.

During a widely circulated interview, the dancehall artiste expressed dismay at such occurrences, asserting that they would not be tolerated in countries where equality is strictly enforced.

“It’s disheartening to hear that the sister of the Vice President’s wife was involved in demolishing people’s homes as though it is a normal issue. No, this cannot be accepted. We must uphold equality.

“In the UK, even disciplining a child can lead to police intervention,” he remarked.

Shatta Wale emphasized that such actions, like indiscriminate demolition, have unfortunately become commonplace, but they should not be normalized.

“Ghana isn’t a country, it is an estate because police officers are building houses. President’s bodyguards are building houses and hospitals for themselves,” he added.

Background:

Recently, reports emerged alleging that Abu Ramadan, the Deputy Director-General of the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) and brother of Samira Bawumia, was involved in demolishing several buildings in Accra.

Abu Ramadan reportedly demolished ten buildings, including properties owned by a brother of Kennedy Agyapong.

Samira Bawumia’s Response:

Meanwhile, Mrs. Samira Bawumia has refuted any involvement in the reported demolitions carried out by her brother.

The Vice President’s wife, Samira Bawumia, considers it baseless to link her to the incident merely because of her familial connection to the Deputy NADMO Director-General.

She believes such accusations are an attempt to smear her reputation and that of her husband, especially as the country approaches the December elections.

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