Many people have flocked to social media to criticize world authorities for neglecting to give vaccines to their countries as discussions over global vaccine equality continue amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
“African politicians have failed the people of their continent. This was a chance to repair your legacy, but you saw it as an opportunity to steal even more. You will be remembered as a thief. Taking people’s livelihoods and health, which eventually leads to more people dying when they could have lived,” Cassper explained.
Mufasa frequently uses social media to debate African issues.
Cassper encouraged his fans to pray for Africa last year as the #EndSARS movement gained steam around the world.
After reports of cruelty against Africans made headlines throughout the world, he branded Africa a “bloodbath.”
“Please raise awareness and pray for Nigeria’s campaign to #EndSARS, South Africa’s #AmINext initiative to ensure the safety of women and children, and Congo’s #CongoIsBleeding. Africa is wreaking havoc. It’s terrifying, and our leaders have failed us,” Cassper tweeted at the time.