Sarkodie is the best in Africa & better than some over-hyped American Rappers



One Nigerian dude on Twitter determined as Abayomi.A has heaped praises on the Tema-primarily based and Sarkcess CEO, Sarkodie for the sort of rap verse he dropped during his freestyle part on the 2019 Bet Hip-hop Awards Cypher.

Sarkodie on Saturday built historical past as he defeat competitiveness from Falz (), Ghetts (U.K.), Kalash (France), Lil Simz (U.K.), Unpleasant C (South ) and Tory Lanez (Canada) to arise the winner of the Finest Worldwide Movement at the 2019 Wager HipHop Awards.

Sarkodie and French Rapper Kalash who were both of those nominated for the Greatest International Stream Classification at the 2019 Wager HipHop Awards 2019 teamed up on a cypher.

The session commenced with an impressive movement by Kalash and completed by a flaming supply emanating from Africa’s most decorated rapper, Sarkodie.

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The Nigerian person after listening to Sarkodie’s stream could not disguise his admiration for Sarkodie took to Twitter and wrote “Man!😮 I’m from Nigerian but I give this to you @sarkodie
Most of this overrated US just cannot spit bars like you do. A king I stan 👑”

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‘I’m From Nigeria But I’m Telling You Sarkodie Is The Best In Africa & Better Than Some Over-Hyped American Rappers’- Twitter User

Sarkodie’s title is nonetheless immersed in the euphoria of the amazing freestyle session he unleashed at 2019 Guess Hip-Hop Awards, which is well-liked known as Cypher.

Sarkodie teamed up with French rapper Kalash, just one of the he defeat to earn the prestigious Very best Worldwide Stream at the just finished Wager Hip-Hop Awards.

The Ghanaian rap lord delved into a unique realm entirely just like his blueprint has dictated all these years with an awesome delivery.

One particular Nigerian guy on Twitter could not disguise his admiration for Sarkodie and proclaimed that he’s the most effective in Africa and improved than some over- rappers.

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Audio: BBC’s ‘Sex for Grade’ documentary over-hyped – Atik

Atik Mohammed

Common Secretary of the People’s National Convention, Atik Mohammed has mentioned the BBC Eye’s on sexual exploitation in West African universities is beneath normal.

He claimed the hoopla that characterised the premiering of the exposé gave an impact that ultimately the intercourse predators have been likely to be uncovered but it turned out to be pedestrian.

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“The title of the documentary was ‘Sex for ’ but after viewing, there is nothing at all to that outcome,” he reported on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem programme, Tuesday.

Two lecturers of the University of Ghana, a Political Science lecturer, Prof. Ransford Gyampo and a lecturer at the School of Schooling, Dr Paul Kwame Bukator have been indicted in the ‘Sex for Grades’ exposé.

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Sharing his thoughts on the challenge, Mr Mohammed stated he thinks BBC has done a terrific disservice to the difficult won name of Prof Gyampo .

Specified the points on the floor, he mentioned it is challenging to establish that without a doubt he had an affair in trade for grades.

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Mr Mohammed explained there is very little unethical about a lecturer seeking to lure a single woman he is intrigued in outside campus.

Resource: Ghana||Adwoa Gyasiwaa Agyeman