Ghanaians condemn Meek Mill’s video shoot at Jubilee House

The Jubilee House, known to be Ghana’s highest security zone and serves as the Office of the President, has been trending since last night.

The President together with American rapper Meek Mill were the most talked about on Twitter since the release of a music video by the rapper.

Ghanaians condemn Meek Mill’s video shoot at Jubilee House

The teaser of the video featured some parts of the Jubilee House and most importantly, the podium of President Akufo-Addo which he uses to address the nation.

The rapper was also seen in the company of some backing performers.

Ghanaians condemn Meek Mill’s video shoot at Jubilee House

However, Ghanaians upon seeing the video have expressed their displeasure with the American rapper and President Akufo-Addo.

Comments making waves on the micro-blogging site say that the Jubilee House, which is the highest security zone in the country, has now become unsecured.

Ghanaians condemn Meek Mill’s video shoot at Jubilee House

Some comments also say that President Akufo-Addo has disgraced the Office of the Presidency.

Ghanaians condemn Meek Mill’s video shoot at Jubilee House

The MP for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa has also expressed his concerns about the video. In his post on Twitter, the MP called for the dismissal of those responsible for the desecration of the Jubilee House.

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