NDC’s Dumsor Made Me Unpopular To You! – Agya Koo Throws More Jabs As He Replies Kofi Adams


Following Kofi Adams’ mockery of the ace comedian that he is unpopular, Agya Koo replies Kofi Adams saying he is only unpopular to him because NDC’s Dumsor has prevented him from seeing him on TV!

There’s really no stopping Agya Koo who has continued to up his game, in his fight to ensure that Nana Addo comes out victorious after the December 7 elections. Kofi Adu, aka Agya Koo has fired back at NDC’s Kofi Adams who earlier said he is ‘unpopular.’

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Following Agya Koo’s endorsement of the NPP, Kofi Adams who is the National Organizer of the NDC, threw a jab at the Kumawood star, saying he is not interested in Kumawood movies.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosi Sem show, Kofi Adams said that Agya Koo’s endorsement of Nana Addo will not fetch the party anything, as the actor is not well known.

The NDC National Organiser regarded the veteran actor as unpopular among the masses, as the contemporary movie industry ‘Ghallywood,’ is more prominent than Kumawood.

Kofi Adams was also quoted in the interview to have said that it is the likes of John Dumelo, that people recognise when talking about movie stars and celebrities.

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However, speaking in an interview with Hello FM in Kumasi, Agya Koo replies Kofi Adams saying he is only unpopular to Kofi Adams because NDC’s Dumsor, has prevented him from seeing him on TV!.

The actor cum comedian was referring to the big power failure issue which the NDC government has failed to tackle over the years. Agya Koo went further to say that he is more popular than NDC ministers scattered all over the country. According to him, not even NDC ministers can match his popularity.

Agya Koo is indeed quite popular in the country and is also loved by the people. The comedian last week officially endorsed Nana Addo and the NPP at a press conference. This was in preparation for his Agenda 57% campaign for Nana Addo. This campaign is aimed at reaching more supporters ahead of the elections, to ensure that the NPP flagbearer gets 57% of votes to unseat President Mahama come December.