US-based Ghanaian musician, Kwesi Clichy has waded into the discussion about recent alleged rituals killings in the country.
What’s fresh in the minds of Ghanaians is the murder of a 10-year-old boy at Kasoa by some teenagers.
The sad incident generated a lot of discussions in the country, some pointed accusing fingers at Mallams and get rich quick scheme contents taking over most television channels in Ghana.
Reacting to this in a video obtained by Newshuntermag.com, Kwesi Clichy stated that the canker stems from a societal problem.
He explained that people are compelled to do this because of pressure from society.
According to him, this issue cannot be blamed on the Mallams on TV stations alone. While that can be part of it, he bemoaned the inactiveness of Ghanaian leaders in fighting against this after it was raised some time ago.
Clichy added that the fake lifestyle of some public figures in the country has also accounted for this problem.
The ‘I Do’ composer further stated that the lyrics of some musicians in the country can also influence people to go for ritual money.
Until the root cause is found, Kwesi Clichy augured that these young folks will seek ways to get rich quick even if these Mallams are sacked from the TV channels.
Kwesi Clichy dropped his latest song ‘I Do’ not long ago.
Watch his assertion in the video below.
Enjoy the lyrics of ‘I Do’ below: