Reggae icon and host of ‘Taxi Driver Show’, popular reggae show in Ghana has joined Ghanaian youth in their online ‘fix the country’ protest. The protest begun a couple of weeks ago with many youth joining online. It first started on Twitter and later to all other social media platforms.
Blakk Rasta who is Ghana’s most respected reggae icon, who has been propagating the fix the country campaign on his Taxi Driver Show even before it ‘catched’ fire in recent times has never been biased in his advocacy on radio. He has been of great influence to the course for such a long time with his constructive criticisms and genuine submissions over the years, on what successive governments have done for their citizens.
Hours ago, the reggae star was seen in his African attire as usual, holding a placard with the caption ‘give the youth a chance to be responsible’. Blakk Rasta is very bold to have come out on the streets, with the youth to protest. We are yet to see more of our celebrities from diverse backgrounds joining