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SARKODIE HAS NOT LANDED IN GHANA WITH A PRIVATE JET – Management Denies Reports

Ghana’s multi-awarded rapper Sarkodie is reported in some media outlets to have arrived in Ghana despite the closure of borders in the country.

Pictures of the rapper supposedly arriving in a plane at the Kotoka International Airport Friday dawn were circulating on social media and grapevine reports indicate that Sarkodie was jetted into the country in a private aircraft by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The rapper was also said to have undergone quarantine for awhile and allowed to go home after testing negative for Coronavirus.

To a section of his fans, this is great news but others have raised eyebrows over the actions of the government for allowing the rapper to secretly enter the country which breaches the President’s directive. But is it true that Sarkodie is currently in Ghana and if it is, why the preferential treatment?

Peacefmonline.com spoke with the management of Sarkodie whose real name is Michael Owusu Addo to ascertain the truth.

According to the rapper’s Manager, Angel Town, Sarkodie is still locked up in the United States and there has not been any arrangements for him to touch down in a private jet.

Angel Town told Peacefmonline entertainment desk that the story has been fabricated and therefore questioned the motive of the carriers of the news.

In addressing the question about pictures of Sarkodie carting his buggage at the airport which is to purport his arrival, Angel Town said the pictures were taken during one of the rapper’s old trips and people have retrieved it in an attempt to decieve people into thinking that Sarkodie is in town.

Sarkodie’s management is imploring the general public to ignore those pictures and the news of him being in Ghana stating that he is strictly abiding by the government’s directives to safeguard Ghanaians against infection of Coronavirus and until the borders are opened, he remains in his solemn abode in the States.

Source: Peacefmonline.com 

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