Fix the country first before we fix our attitude -Kwesi Arthur

They should fix the country first before we fix our attitude -Kwesi Arthur
Kwesi Arthur

Kwesi Arthur stated on the Showbiz segment of TV3 NewDay show. That the government must first fix the country before the citizens fix themselves.

The Rapper and Singer said this concerning the ongoing outcry on social media by the youth. He advised the government to solve problems facing the country rather than giving excuses for its failure to do better.

He added, “Why did we elect them to lead us? So if they want us to fix our attitude, they must first fix themselves because I can’t litter in New York. The system is fixed. So if they fix the country, we can also fix our attitude.”

Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, better known as Kwesi Arthur, has always been passionate about music and seeks to transform and inspire his people in Tema, Accra-Ghana. However, he is sad by the terrible conditions in his community and the country at large. Our education system is one of the most important things that need rehabilitation. He believes that unemployment among the youth will considerably reduce because people will acquire personal training skills to help them in future.
“Not Tema necessarily, but I think our educational system in general needs fixing because a lot of boys will complete school and don’t know what to do with their lives. And they don’t even teach us how to communicate in school. And so for me, education is important and yes also jobs so most of the youths can get something better doing with their lives,” He said.

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Kwesi Arthur is on tour to promote his newest song featuring Vic Mensa, titled ‘Winning’. He urged all fans and lovers of the Ground Up movement to keep streaming his songs on all music platforms.

By Aaliyah Duvi-Rony|3news.com|Ghana