No Amount of Insults Will Stop Me from Supporting Mahama! – Tracy

Tracy Boakye supports Mahama amid the tons of threats and insults she has been receiving since she publicly endorsed the President

Kumawood star Tracy Boakye has said she is not disturbed by the massive criticisms and insults hurled at her for supporting President Mahama’s bid for a second term in office, come December. The actor cum movie producer said this speaking to a crowd at the Kumasi Jubilee Park.

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Criticisms against the actress heightened after she was seen in a photograph with the President together with actress, Gloria Kani recently. But she has said the so called insults hurled at her will not stop her from supporting or campaigning for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and it’s Flagbearer, Mahama.

The relentless actress who cares less about the insults, was seen in Kumasi last Saturday, at the launch of the Ashanti Region campaign of the NDC. Tracy Boakye who was clad in NDC party colours, was one of the speakers at the launch. There she sang Mahama’s praises and urged people to vote massively for him and the NDC in the coming elections.

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The actress has said she has received threats and has been confronted on several occasions, over her support for the President. But according to her, the threats and insults have mixed with her blood.

Speaking to the crowd in Kumasi, Tracy Boakye supports Mahama still, saying the insults have made her tougher and that she was very poised to step up her campaign. She therefore appealed to the youth to vote massively for President Mahama come December. The actress was not alone at the gathering, she was accompanied by other actors; Sylvester Agyapong and Gloria Kani, who are also supporting Mahama’s bid for a second term.

Tracy has joined tons of celebrity supporters who are actively campaigning for President Mahama’s second term in office. Some of them include; John Dumelo, Mr. Beautiful, Kalusome Sinare, Ola Micheal, Mzbel and others.