We have a very big creative arts industry in Ghana. We have a large number of people in the creative arts industry some are actors, singers, rappers, artist just to mention a few.
Since the start of the campaign season we have seen many entertainment or celebrities endorse political parties, most of them have shown their support to the party they belong to, the likes of Kalybos,Samini,Bibi Bright, Agye Koo, Bismark the joke, Prince David Osei, Bull God, Socrate Safo, John Dumelo, Clement Bonney just to mention a few.
We all know the main parties we have in the countries is the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the New Democratic Congress (NDC).
Mzbel who is one of the popular singers in the country and has raise the figure of celebrity in Ghana has always shown her support for the New Democratic Congress (NDC) and John Dramani Mahama, since NDC was in power till now.
She made a statement on one of her social media handle.
She made it clear and in a campaign member.
She stated Ghanaians need new opportunities the development of their talents and skills. John Dramani Mahama and the NDC have the record and experience to turn around the dire economic situation in order to bring relief to the suffering masses of Ghana.
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