Nima Based Artist Nukre Supports Nana Aba”s #SayNoToTramadol Campaign; Blasts Shatta Wale

Ghanaian Nima-Mamobi artist Nukre born Richard Nana Kyei Fosu in an exclusive interview on Unique FM pleaded positive support to TV Personality Nana Aba Anamoah’s Say No To Tramadol campaign.
According to the Nukre since the introduction of Shatta Wale, the use of tramadol cum smoking of weed by the youth has been at a higher rate.
According to the Taxi Driver [Feat Bisa Kdei] singer which has been enjoying massive airplay,  he was born in Nima stayed there for some time and moved to Mamobi.
Describing Nima and Mamobi has a high place of Gettho living, he stated, the use and abuse of Tramadol is high there as most use this in their times, during events and other places of their choice.
He praised Nana Aba Anamoah for shooting up this campaign which will help save more youthful lives as they are the future generations and incoming leaders of Ghana.
Not to stop, Nukre doesn’t understand why the leader of Shatta Movement Empire should sleep over this campaign as most of the youth look up to him based on the kind of messages he sends through his music and way of life.
He also told Ghanaians to allow music produced by Shatta Wale influence their lives as it will easily end their lives.
He ended by saying; Shatta Wale to wise up, call on the government and support the Say No To Tramadol campaign as well as if he can compose music against fake prophets then he should be ready to produce a song against the wrong use of Tramadol.

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