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Ghanaian media personality and musician, Blakk Rasta, has expressed concern about the potential impact of Nana Kwame Bediako (Cheddar), the founder of the New Force, if elected president.

Blakk Rasta cited Cheddar’s disdain for education as a concerning aspect in an interview with Onua TV.

He pointed out that Cheddar frequently flaunts his money and downplays the importance of education, feeding the myth that possessions are more valuable than wisdom.

Blakk Rasta emphasized the risks associated with Cheddar’s mindset, claiming that it imperils moral standards and societal norms.

He brought up a recent comment made by Cheddar in which he hinted that if he had realized he would become so wealthy so young, he would have given up on his schooling.

Such statements, according to Blakk Rasta, diminish the value of education and foster a corrupt and morally degenerate culture.

“Cheddar, McDan, and Kennedy Agyapong are individuals who oppose education, often conflating wealth with knowledge. They frequently boast about their riches and seek to diminish the value of education by asserting that money holds greater importance.

“Their stance poses a danger to society, as they propagate harmful ideologies. Recently, Cheddar even remarked that he would have foregone schooling had he known he would amass significant wealth at a young age. Such a statement is deeply concerning,” he added.

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