Samklef, Nigerian singer turned music producer, says his next investments would be in Ghana.


The 35-year-old musician was reflecting on the perceived hostile business environment in the country in several posts via his Instagram page.

Samklef said his next investment — which is in agriculture — as well as the establishment of studio for Klefsound, his record label, will both be situated in Ghana.

“My next investment in agriculture will be in Ghana. And also Klefsound studio,” he wrote.


In one of the clips, the musician said it is unfortunate that the federal government has continued to stifle entrepreneurial activities in the country with unfavourable policies.

He wondered why the government would be discouraging investments in the country when it has failed to provide the required infrastructure essential for businesses to thrive.

“I added more value to Nigeria. Na me build myself through God in me. Government no do anything for me. Nigeria kills dreams see now dem wan dey charge people 50k for generator. Light dem no give una. Wicked people. Omo I dey go invest in other African countries,” he said.


His comment comes months after Twitter ditched Nigeria to set up its first-ever African office in Ghana.

Samklef is known for his usual political commentaries. He had earlier claimed the country wasn’t created to work.

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