Celebrities affiliating with political parties has been a topic for discussion for the past month since election is few weeks away.
Celebrities are influential in diverse ways, their influence runs from fashion trends, lifestyle and political affiliations. Over the years, as political candidates have rallied ahead of elections, some entertainment personalities have publicly declared their support and allegiance to some political parties.
In Ghana, there are several political parties in Ghana but the main two parties who have led the country’s democratic rule are the National Democratic Congress and the ruling party, the National Patriotic Party led by President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo.
As such several celebrities have openly and publicly declared their support for some political parties. Some of these celebrities include; Agya Koo, Cwesi Oteng, Afia Schwarzneggar, Daddy Lumba, Nana Ampadu, Samini, Great Ampong, Philippa Baafi, Diana Asamoah, Shatta Wale, Mzbel amongst others.
The newest celebrity to declare her political affiliations is actress and television presenter Nana Ama Mcbrown.
Nana Ama Mcbrown made an appearance on the Zionfelix uncut show to talk more about her political ambition and why she hasn’t made an effort to throw her support with any political party in Ghana.
According to Nana Ama Mcbrown, she has no love for any political party but she is going to vote for the party who she thinks is going to bring development and progress in the country. She also added that it will be bias if she accepts any deal to campaign for any political party in Ghana just for money knowing perfectly well that this political party in question is doing nothing significant for its citizens.
She also stated that by virtue of the fact she was born and raised in Kumasi, people will expect her to automatically support the NPP, but since she knows better, she will not blindly support a party that is not bringing change into the country.
She then sent her heartwarming condolence to the late Jerry John Rawlings family and encouraged them to take heart. Watch Interview below.