NPP wants to break the 8 when our neck is breaking — Blakk Rasta berates MPs for acting like goats and sheep

Radio personality Blakk Rasta has said New Patriotic Party’s(NPP’s) plan to break the 8 will come at the expense of the neck of Ghanaians. In an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com on Low Down on GhanaWeb, Blake Rasta says “NPP wants to break the 8 when all of us Ghanaians our neck is already breaking: berating state institutions for not doing their work. The Barack Obama hitmaker called Parliament a joke and said I like previous times when he honoured parliamentary invitations, he won’t if he is ever invited again. He describes the conduct of MPs as “goats and sheep”. “Where we have reached now, it’s not about the court or parliament. Now parliament has ridiculed itself right now to the point that people think Ghana’s parliament is a joke and I think it is a joke. Look at what they are there doing, grown ‘ass’ men touching each other’s pot belly and chewing ballot paper like goats and sheep is that the parliament you want to see. The Judiciary was not spared. “Look at the judiciary, former president John Dramani Mahama just came out and said that it is ridicule that they call them unanimous FC they are interested in eating goat meat as Anas exposed. Is this the judiciary we want to see? I say this and you say I should come to parliament and say what. Next time they call me I will not even bother going. Even if go what I will say there, they won’t like it,” he said on the Low Down.

Radio personality Blakk Rasta has said New Patriotic Party’s(NPP’s) plan to break the 8 will come at the expense of the neck of Ghanaians.

In an interview monitored by MyNewsGh.com on Low Down on GhanaWeb, Blake Rasta says “NPP wants to break the 8 when all of us Ghanaians our neck is already breaking: berating state institutions for not doing their work.

The Barack Obama hitmaker called Parliament a joke and said I like previous times when he honoured parliamentary invitations, he won’t if he is ever invited again.

He describes the conduct of MPs as “goats and sheep”.

“Where we have reached now, it’s not about the court or parliament. Now parliament has ridiculed itself right now to the point that people think Ghana’s parliament is a joke and I think it is a joke. Look at what they are there doing, grown ‘ass’ men touching each other’s pot belly and chewing ballot paper like goats and sheep is that the parliament you want to see.

The Judiciary was not spared.

“Look at the judiciary, former president John Dramani Mahama just came out and said that it is ridicule that they call them unanimous FC they are interested in eating goat meat as Anas exposed. Is this the judiciary we want to see? I say this and you say I should come to parliament and say what. Next time they call me I will not even bother going. Even if go what I will say there, they won’t like it,” he said on the Low Down.