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Concentrate on the message not the messenger – Blakk Rasta backs Cheddar for Presidency

Abubakar Ahmed, better known by his stage name Blakk Rasta, is a well-known broadcast journalist and musician. He backs Nana Kwame Bediako's bid for the presidency because the New Force message is powerful and speaks to the problems that everyday Ghanaians face.


The "Kuchoko" hitmaker emphasizes the importance of focusing on the message rather than pondering Bediako's wealth's origins on his live show on 3FM.

Naturally, this is the man who advised us to focus on his upcoming activities rather than his wealth. As previously stated, numerous individuals will focus on the messenger rather than the message; kindly permit us to concentrate on the message,” Blakk Rasta stated.

Blakk Rasta asked the general population to join in building the country and keep away from interruptions that attention on the courier as opposed to the groundbreaking message.

"We should assemble our country, we should not kill it."


Blakk Rasta's "Kuchoko" melodic style, is a combination of reggae with African rhythms, highlights cognizant verses tending to subjects like love, equivalent privileges, equity, obscurity, rasta, and otherworldly love.

This imaginative sound arose after broad examination to make a special mix that integrates native African instruments like the xylophone, talking drum (dondo), kette, woodwind, kologo, kora, alongside creature and wilderness sounds and components from neighborhood markets.

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