Michael Owusu Afriyie, popularly known as Teacher Kwadwo, is one of the popular Ghanaian celebrities. Recently, he has taken it upon himself to ensure educational development in Ghana. Today, he took to his Facebook page to react to all accusations that his initiative is making the government unpopular. He stated that Education is not about NDC and NPP but it is about all the political parties who have come to power and the GES.
He revealed that he had voted only three times in his life. He went ahead to disclose that Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Add had two of the votes. He did not mention the third candidate he voted for. He explained that the main reason why he voted for Nana Addo was that Nana Addo cherished and had initiatives for Education. He further disclosed that if NDC comes to power, he will continue. Teacher Kwadwo declared that he should die provided he has taken any money from any politician for propaganda.
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