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Crime has no nationality, stop stereotyping Nigerians- M.anifest to Ghanaian media

Award-winnning Ghanaian rapper, M.anifest, has chided the Ghanaian media for finger-pointing Nigerians for crimes in Ghana when Ghanaians have equally committed such crimes.

According to the “God MC” rapper, crime is crime and therefore shouldn’t be attributed to a particular group of people.

His comments come after the National security successfully rescued the two kidnapped Canadian girls, and arresting some three Nigerians and five Ghanaians as suspects in the case.

Taking to Twitter yesterday, M.anifest wrote:

“It’s irresponsible for Ghanaian media to be quick to finger point and headline Nigerians for crime in Ghana, even when Ghanaians are also involved. Crime has no nationality. We want to “other” people who look like us. Complain when it happens to us abroad. DO BETTER.”

It’s irresponsible for Ghanaian media to be quick to finger point and headline Nigerians for crime in Ghana, even when Ghanaians are also involved. Crime has no nationality. We want to “other” people who look like us. Complain when it happens to us abroad. DO BETTER.

— M.anifest (@manifestive) June 13, 2019

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