BlaqTiger’s Show “Political Blood Pressure” is Awakening Heroes For The Future Of Ghana

BlaqTiger Political Blood Pressure

BlaqTiger grew up in some of the toughest communities of Ghana. Growing up, BlaqTiger spent part of his young years in the streets of Ashaiman, Tema and Nima.

During his youth days he bore the knickname “Red Scorpion” as a household moniker but on campus he was popularly known as “MC Quick”.


Lost in his vision and love for Ghana, faith and destiny delivered BlaqTiger into the hands of some of the finest military officers of the Ghana Arm forces. After being weaponized as the best asset, he passed out as one of the best soldiers ever to serve as a Ghana Military Police comrade. For his intellectual sharpness, bravery, confidence and supernatural strength, BlaqTiger was stationed and he served at the corridors of power.

BlaqTiger’s compelling political zeal resurfaced later and for some time now he’s been back in the spotlight again as a GOOD GOVERNANCE ADVOCATE, one that boldly calls out the bad leadership in Ghana without fear or favour. Eventually, BlaqTiger took to social-political commentary through which he has become the host and face of POLITICAL BLOOD PRESSURE, the number one Ghana-based political talk show in Toronto Canada and North America as a whole.

BLAQTIGER is on Facebook as Blaqtiger Seyeram. Some of his followers call him the “Roaring Tiger. His followers have the massive belief that if he continues roaring at the political ills that have plagued Ghana, he will awaken the country’s youth and empower them with some degree of revolutionary strength to help them stand and protect what is left of mother Ghana for the next generation.

Keep listening to BlaqTiger by watching his POLITICAL BLOOD PRESSURE videos.

Kwame Agyei (Cue)

Blogger, Digital Marketer & Med. Practitioner. Proud African reader, lover of nature and poetry. Blogging chose me unaware and I inked the contract with love.

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