Veteran Actress Kalsoume Sinare Has Got Mahama’s Back Yet Again!


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Speaking to the media, Kalsoume Sinare supports Mahama saying he has done more than expected in the past four years, and that she does not regret campaigning for him.

Like some other celebrity supporters, veteran actress Kalsoume Sinare has said that Mahama will win the 2016 elections. Kalsoume has decided to make her voice heard like other celebrities who have thrown their weight behind President Mahama ahead of the elections.

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Speaking to the media, Kalsoume Sinare supports Mahama saying he has done more than expected in the past four years, and that she does not regret campaigning for him. It can be recalled that the talented actress was among 30 other celebrities who campaigned for Mahama last four years.

The confident Kalusome said that this year’s campaign is going to be easier than that of 2012 because, there are enough evidence of achievements made by Mahama’s government.

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The actress also said that the Opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) is only trying to tarnish the image of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC). She was speaking with regards to the massive verbal attacks hurled at the ruling party by the NPP. She explained that as the name sounds, the opposition will always find faults.

The President has been getting massive endorsements from prominent personalities across the country. Just last week, celebrities thronged Mahama’s residence to commiserate with him over the death of his mother – which of course shows their huge support for the President. Also, songstress Mzbel recently declared her support for Mahama, urging Ghanaians to vote for him in the coming elections.

Seeing as elections are only a few months away, all hands are on deck among supporters of the various political contenders, to see that their own ‘person’ becomes the choice of Ghanaians.