2016 Election: Matilda Asare, Agyaa Koo, Other Celebs Join Nana Addo’s Boat


Actress Matilda Asare endorses Nana Addo ahead of the elections, urging Ghanaians to vote him for a positive change in the country’s economy.

As the 2016 elections draw closer by the day, flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Addo has continued to garner more supporters from across the country. More celebrity supporters have recently joined nana Addo’s boat ahead of the elections.

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Actress Matilda Asare has recently been named as Nana Addo’s newest supporters. According to reports, Matilda, Agya Koo, and a bunch of other celebrities will hold a press conference today to announce their endorsement.

Matilda Asare endorses Nana Addo
Matilda Asare endorses Nana Addo

The press conference dubbed ‘Agenda 57%’ is to officially endorse the NPP flagbearer, ahead of the general elections this year. Speaking on Ash FM on Tuesday, Matilda Asare endorses Nana Addo, hoping that the NPP will unseat the ruling NDC government, which has “totally messed up” the country’s economy.

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Ace movie star and comedian Agya Koo also shares the same opinion with Matilda Asare. According to him, the present government has crippled Ghana’s economy. The popular local movie star has argued that the difference between prices of commodities during the time of the NPP and now, clearly shows that things have escalated. Agya Koo has stated that the only way to save Ghana from being plunged into a ditch, is by allowing for a change in government.

Nana Addo’s celebrity supporters have also pointed out that, the poor economic situation has affected the local movie industry, as many directors and producers are reeling under serious debts; since people no longer patronise products.

Like President Mahama, Nana Addo has continued to gain supporters ahead of the elections. Though it might seem to the public that these celebs are after political favours, they have remained relentless in their fight to see that their candidate becomes Ghana’s choice come December.