As the 2024 elections draw near, political tensions in Ghana are soaring to new heights. Founding members of some various political parties are breaking away to run as independent candidates, shaking up the political landscape. However, one figure remains firmly entrenched in the ruling NPP, and that’s the indomitable Kennedy Agyapong, who refuses to follow in the footsteps of “Alan the butterfly” and part ways with his party.
In a whirlwind of activity, Kennedy Agyapong’s camp, led by the irrepressible Kumawood Actor Agya Kojo, has released the official campaign song for the formidable politician. Titled “Onaa,” this catchy tune is poised to become the anthem of Agyapong’s campaign.
Agya Koo, known for his knack for creating spirited political songs for the NPP, has once again delivered a musical masterpiece. What’s intriguing, however, is that his alignment with Kennedy Agyapong seems to have raised eyebrows, potentially signaling a departure from the current Vice President of the country, Dr. Bawumia, “the digital man.” – oh oh, I “nearly forgot he is the Economic Messiah” but guess what, the dollar is above 10 cedis now. I guess the Economic Messiah has not saved us yet but remember JESUS CHRIST THE MESSIAH saved us.
In the world of politics, public perception can be a game-changer during election season. The burning question on everyone’s mind is whether Kennedy Agyapong’s campaign song will sway voters and influence the outcome of the 2024 elections.
For now, I will keep you in suspense as we continue to unravel the intriguing dynamics of this election season. As the campaign trail heats up, remember that election periods are not only politically exciting but also an opportune time to be wise and stay safe.