Big Shaq Says Ghana Has Developed Immensely But Most Ghanaians Do Not Agree With Him

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Becca And Big Shaq

Most aged Ghanaians who saw Ghana of old are of the opinion that Ghana in the olden time was far better than Ghana in 2017, it is true judging from the social amenities they enjoyed during the reign of Dr Kwame Nkrumah.

Micheal Dapaah aka Big Shaq arrived in Ghana a few days ago and he has described Ghana’s development as immense judging from the few things and places he is seen and been to.

The ‘Man’s not hot‘ hitmaker stated that he observed the massive transformation in Ghana when he landed at the Kotoka International Airport.

Big Shaq at a press briefing on Tuesday afternoon said that he has seen how beautiful Ghana has become after staying outside for close to a decade.

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“The airport now looks amazing. There has been so much development on the land. There is so much growth here and it is so beautiful to see,” Big Shaq stated.

He added that it is laudable and makes a lot of sense for him to come home and contribute his quota to the development of his birth country. He is currently in the country to perform at Muse Africa concert–“Muse Live 2017”.

Big Shaq rose to fame after the release of his viral track, ‘Man’s not hot’ which recorded one million views on Youtube after 24 hours of its release.

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His appearance on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Fire in the Booth’ with Charlie Sloth put him in the limelight too. He currently performed at Sarkodie’s Rapperholic concert 2017 at the Accra International Conference center on Christmas day.


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