Kofi Kinaata, a Ghanaian musician recently expressed concern about Ghana’s current political attitude.

According to him, citizens prioritize their devotion to political parties at the expense of the country’s welfare.

The Confessions hitmaker decried the current scenario, which makes it difficult for people to express their worries about ongoing difficulties for fear of being attacked and falsely labeled as political.

“Over the years, we have been sweet-talked to by politicians in this country, but nothing happens, and there is no change. For me, I’ve given up,” Graphic Online cited him as stating.

He elaborated on the difficulties in addressing issues due to the significant partisan split.

“The people are making things difficult, so we cannot address issues because someone thinks he is for party A, so whatever you’re saying goes against party A, so don’t say. He is for party B, so he will still stand for his party even if he’s dying. People tend to love their party more than the country, so everything is in a mess.”

Kinaata’s words illustrate the troubling trend of excessive partisan devotion, which frequently overshadows greater national interests and stifles healthy discourse on critical topics.

Despite being approached by several political personalities, including members of the Movement for Change, the vocal rapper stated that he had no plans to enter politics.