Entertainment of Thursday, 6 August 2020
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The previous president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) and unsuccessful parliament aspirant for Asante Akyem South on the ticket of the New Patriotic Occasion (NPP), Bice Osei Kuffour has thrown his excess weight powering superstars endorsing political events ahead of the 2020 basic elections.
“Politics is a activity of quantities so individuals who have the the vast majority undoubtedly wins the election. Apart from our Ghanaian structure also says that the winner will have to get 50% + 1 votes to grow to be the President.”
“So superstars are those people who command a ton of followers. There are some people today who vote for a particular celebration for the reason that their celeb belongs to that occasion. So celeb endorsements are pretty required and helps the political functions as effectively.
The previous MUSIGHA presidnet reported stars are not only musicians mainly because now some pastors, footballers and politicians have also turn out to be celebrities.
Citing Assin Fosu Central MP as one particular he noted that a “politician like e Hon. Kennedy Agyapong is now just about a celebrity in Ghana so their endorsement do issue a great deal in our human body politics.”
“It’s genuine that it does not add completely to the achievement of a political election but it is an integral component of the campaign procedures. Can you envision a political rally in which no musician is called upon to occur carry out on the political system?
According to him, strategies will not be fascinating, fulfilling and entertaining without the need of superstars introducing that “stars are important to every political celebration who have the will and desire to acquire elections,” Obour informed Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central in Cape Coast.
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