Elikem Kotoko has waded into the conversation of how low the current NPP government led by Prez Nana Akufo-Addo has dragged the presidency to.
This comes after American rapper, Meek Mill shared a reel of his upcoming music video which he shot at the seat of government, the Jubilee House.
Elikem Kotoko who happens to be one of the leading members of the biggest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has asked the government to come clean about how much they received to allow such impudence.
He added that even if the American had not paid a dime, would a local musician here in Ghana get the same treatment to shoot a music video at the seat of the president?
“How much did Meek Mill pay to the Ghanaian government to shoot this music video at the seat of government, and if he didn’t pay a dime can other Ghanaian artists be allowed to do the same? Ooh, Ghana.”