Life and peace are two of the most important things we often take for granted. Only a few people know what life is worth and even fewer people know peace is not free but priceless. Before Ghana goes to the polls again on Wednesday, December 7th, Obibini has released yet another well knitted piece of advice to Ghanaians in a song he titles, “oneness.”
Produced by DJ Rhome of Rhome records in Kingston Jamaica, “oneness” was recorded and mixed by Skinny Willis in his Amazing Studio in Accra Ghana.
Easily yet very vividly expressed, Obibini calls for oneness drawing the nation’s attention to its culture; what we eat, drink, festivals we celebrate that unite more than divide us. The song also makes a case for national unity amidst our tribal and political diversity. Deeply thoughtful, the rapper suggests the need for one to exercise his or her franchise, ensure a free and fair election, tolerate and accept the outcome of elections; and to desist from taking contracts to cause mayhem; as a means to support the electoral process and sustain peace in Ghana.