Famous Ghanaian satirist Kwaku Sintim-Misa, popularly known as KSM has waded into the controversy surrounding the decision of rapper Sarkodie to travel outside the country ahead of today’s celebrity vigil against the power crisis in the country.
In a post on his Facebook wall Saturday, KSM said it appears the ‘rapperholic’ has made a decision between the vigil and his job.
“TIME IS MONEY. Sarkodie weighed the options. "Do I VIGIL or Do I shoot a VIDEO?
“The CHOICE was clear. TIME IS MONEY!” KSM wrote.
Sarkodie, one of the lead organisers of the much touted celebrity vigil against the power crisis, left the country Thursday just two days to the protest March.
The popular rapper is currently in the United States recording an album with popular US-based artiste Ace Hood, a tweet from his official twitter handle indicated.
The “M3GYE WO GIRL” singer and his colleagues including, actress Yvonne Nelson, Van Vicker and Lydia Forson are organising the #Dumsormuststop vigil to compel the John Mahama-led administration to find immediate solution to the blackout.
Many other celebrities from different fields of the industry have also declared their support for the power campaign.