Sarkodie has slammed the Ghanaian government over its plan to build a new parliament, which will cost about $200m.
The new Parliamentary complex is expected to have a 450 sitting capacity, house facilities including diplomatic offices, a library, a museum, a church, a mosque, eateries, press conference rooms, galleries, a car park, an upper gallery garden, and a post office.
The present chamber will be converted into a conference room, as confirmed by the architect, Sir David Adjaye.
Sarkodie who however reacted to this, described it as a misplaced priority as Ghanaians are facing lots of challenges including bad roads.
He also lamented that both NDC and NPP governments have failed the Ghanaian citizens.