The two Jubilee House troops who were reportedly involved in an armed robbery have drawn criticism from controversial musician cum radio personality, Blakk Rasta.
He claimed that since military officers at Jubilee House were detained for allegedly engaging in robbery, the threat of corruption in the nation has grown more apparent.
The contentious media figure criticized the government for failing to prevent and eradicate corruption, which led to its spread to the executive branch.
After it was reported that soldiers at the Jubilee House were reportedly involved in a robbery, Blakk Rasta said it was embarrassing for the administration and demanded that the perpetrators be brought to justice.
“Are you surprised that we have thieves at the Jubilee House? Soldiers who are thieves. They say, show me your friend and I’ll show you your character. Who is the President? Speak to the soldiers who have been arrested, I am sure if you take your time and speak with them they will be able to tell you where the den of thieves is and how much they have looted.
“It’s a shame that people at the Jubilee House did not even think about the seat of government because it is not a role model for them. It doesn’t teach them anything but TV,” aggrieved Blakk Rasta said while speaking on the UrbanBlend monitored by Ghanapublisher.com