Gospel Musician, Diana Asamoah has gotten the Netizens talking for allegedly venturing into the road construction business.
According some document circulating on line shows that the gospel musician has applied for labour certificate to be able to commence work in the road construction sector.
The name of the company"mabo wo din" is however causing a stir on social media especially on Twitter and trending as well.
"Mabo WO din" was Diana Asamoah's first gospel song which was adopted by the Npp party in the 2000 elections and was later won by former President Kuffuor.
Netizens are also asking how she got involved in road construction since she is so much into the gospel music fraternity.
The said document according to some social media users is prove that the current government is showering contract s to it sympathizers.
Diana Asamoah has however, not come out to debunk the alleged assertion of becoming a road contractor because of her affiliation to the ruling government.
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