Vote Nana Addo and NPP for Change! -Kwabena Kwabena

Kwabena Kwabena at NPP manifesto launch asked the people repeatedly to vote for a change

Veteran Highlife musician George Kwabena Adu aka Kwabena Kwabena, has urged Ghanaians to vote for the New Patriotic Party’s flagbearer, Nana Akufo-Addo in the coming elections. The singer has stepped up his game regarding campaign activities for the NPP. Kwabena Kwabena at NPP manifesto launch on Sunday October 9 at the Trade Fair Center in Accra, pleaded with Ghanaians to turn their votes to Akufo Addo.

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Known to be an ardent supporter of the main opposition party, the singer took his speech at the event to a whole new level when he called for support for the NPP flagbearer. He began his brief speech with his song ‘Bue Kwan’ asking God to open way for the NPP to win this year’s election.

The Asor singer was heard constantly saying “we are going to vote for change.”  He told the people it was about time things changed. He bemoaned the current economic situation which has plunged the nation into excessive hardship. Calling for a change in the system, the singer asked the excited crowd to come out in their large numbers, and vote Nana Addo at the polls.

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Kwabena Kabena has been with the leading opposition party for the past years working very hard for them to gain power. The musician was joined on the campaign platform by Highlife Singers Lucky Mensah and Dada KD, Hiplife group Praye, Broadscater Blakofe, among others.

Among the numerous celebrity supporters of Nana Addo, Agya Koo can be likened to the Asor singer, as they have both exhibited so much zealousness in their support for the NPP flagbearer.

These celebrity NPP supporters have received all kinds of verbal attacks and insults from a section of Ghanaians who strongly opine against their ‘dabbling’ into politics. But they, as well as other celeb supporters of other parties, have remained steadfast and loyal, as they continue their fight to ensure that their candidates become Ghana’s choice come December.