Kuami Eugene has disclosed that he had no idea that Sarkodie had a political agenda when he featured on Happy Day.
In an interview on The Delay Show, he told Delay that he received the first verse, and that inspired the gospel hook he wrote for the song.
He stated that the first time he heard the second verse, which took him by surprise, was during the video shoot
Explaining the incident in a recent interview aired on Sunday, April 30, 2023, on The Delay Show on YouTube and TV3, he stated that he had no idea the song had a political agenda.
He stated that Sarkodie sent him the first verse, which motivated him to write a gospel verse as the hook of the song.
He stated that it was during the shooting of the video that he heard the second verse of the song, which was Sarkodie’s rap with the lines, “Monfa mebone nkyeme, Nana toa so.”