Obour, who is the previous president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), questioned why folks of other professions can contest as parliamentarians but a musician can not?
In an job interview with Citi Tv set, Obour states he sees practically nothing improper with a musician being in Parliament.
“Who are our politicians? When you go to Parliament now, who are there? There is a hairdresser there. There is a businesswoman there. There are industry females and health professionals there. What stops a musician from getting there? Is audio not part of the issues we do as a place?”
“If not for just about anything, new music plays a big purpose in most of our lives. Never we have amusement? So there is almost nothing completely wrong with getting a musician in Parliament. At Parliament, we discuss tourism, inventive arts, lifestyle, and many other items that songs is keyed in. It is really a plus for Parliament to have a musician,” he pressured.
Bice Osei-Kuffour Obour
According to him, the Home is built up of people with diverse backgrounds, introducing that it would be a as well as to have anyone like him there.
He officially announced his conclusion to contest for the parliamentary seat after the Asante Akyem South Youth Coalition, a group of youth activists paid out a courtesy get in touch with on him at his residence in Juaso to plead on him to represent them in Parliament.