Like Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese, Stonebwoy won’t endorse any political party, but will rather lead calls for peace in the country throughout the electioneering period
Dancehall and reggae artiste Stonebwoy, has joined the boat of celebrities who have chosen to be neutral as regards political party endorsements ahead of this year’s elections. The a-list artiste has said he has no intentions of supporting or associating himself with any of the political parties in the country.
The ‘pull up’ hitmaker during his performance on Saturday at Dzodze in the Volta Region, said he will not endorse any political party, as he stands for the ordinary Ghanaian. The artiste who also expressed great love for his region (Volta), encouraged his fans to be proud of their origin.
The 2016 pre-election period has witnessed massive endorsements of political parties and their nominees by many Ghanaian celebrities. Celebs in the likes of Selassie Ibrahim, John Dumelo, Mr. Beautiful, Bukom Banku, and a whole lot more have endorsed the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) and its Flagbearer, President Mahama.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has also had a fair share of celeb supporters, they include; Agya Koo, Matilda Asare, Kwabena Kwabena, Wisa Gried, to mention a few.
Though it might seem to the public that these celebs are after political favours, they have continued relentlessly in the fight to ensure that their candidate becomes Ghana’s choice come December. Some have gone as far as joining the campaign trails of these political parties in their strive to ensure they win the elections.
But Stonebwoy won’t endorse any party, as he has shared the same opinion with those celebrities who have decided not to take sides ahead of the election. Self acclaimed dance hall king Shatta Wale is one of those, as well as Kwaw Kese. The aforementioned have all gone public to declare they wont be endorsing any political party or candidate.