‘NA GOD KNOW DE MUNKU’ is like a rejoinder to a musical track in the recent Album of Emerson Bockarie titled “Munku Buss Pan Matches” that is being played in a handful of pubs, bars and restaurants.

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The new single merely titled “NA GOD KNOW DE MUNKU” is done by dedicated artist by the name of Mohamed Sheriff, commonly known as Big Wise. Big Wise came to the limelight in the musical industry when he was first favored by the late President Dr Ahmad Tejan Kabbah for his maiden album titled “COMOT BEHEN GOVERNMENT”. The late Head of State cherished and commended him for the release as a very good one.

In an interview with Standard Times Entertainment Splash yesterday, the young and articulate artist Big Wise said he was taken aback when he carefully listened to the words used in the track “Munku Buss Pan Matches”. He described such words as insulting and a complete disregard for the efforts made by the present government.

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Artist Big Wise said, when he looked at the development on infrastructure, energy, road construction both in the Western Area and in the provinces, he has the right to commend President Ernest Bai Koroma for his hard work. The artist maintained that the song ‘NA GOD KNOW DE MUNKU’ is dedicated particularly to his colleagues, who otherwise are blind and cannot see the reality of what the government under the visionary and result-oriented leadership of Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has done and continues to do.

The young Big Wise took the opportunity to advise his colleagues to be in the queue in being a musician without blemish and the only way to do so is to avoid using negative utterances in their albums. “Even if they want can’t avoid using negatives, they should balance it with positive messages too,” he said.