“It’s Sad That Ghanaians Have Forgotten All The Good Works of Nam1″ – Panda Masson Fires Those Crucifying Nam 1 (+ Video)

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Panda Masson Fires Those Crucifying Nam1

Ex-president John Dramani Mahama sometime ago posited that Ghanaians as a people have a short memory. Thus, Ghanaians tend to forget about things especially good stuff so easily.

Someway somehow, the above-mentioned cliché is true taking into consideration how Ghanaians are treating the most popular man in Ghana now, Nana Appiah Mensah of Menzgold fame.

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This is because Ghanaians have within a blink forgotten about all his goodness and now his small error – the collapse of Menzgold – has become the talk of the nation. This Ghanaian attitude has been cited in a song by Ghanaian musician Panda Masson.

According to Panda Masson, it’s very sad that all the companies, donations and a host of other good things Nana Appiah Mensah was able to do have become waste and bogus to the same Ghanaians who were hailing him.

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With this, he stressed that perhaps “Sika yɛ abranteɛ” which literally means “Money Talks”. It’s somehow true because the time Nam1 was spraying cash, he was seen as a god but now, his relevancy has been reduced to nothingness by Ghanaians which is very sad according to musician Panda Masson in his new jam.

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Source: TheBBCghana.Com