In order to show loyalty to a political party, a lot of people do sacrificial work so that a party can win power. This is the same sacrificial work veteran musician Nana Addo has done for the ruling political party.
The musician who is the hitmaker for the song " Edan etese adaka" to wit " a house is not a movable box" revealed on Kessben TV when interviewed by Ali Baba Dankambary that he went to loan to campaign for the New Patriotic Party.
He revealed on Kessben TV program "Breaking News" that he took a loan to repair his Taxi which was spoilt but then decided to use the part of the money to do a campaign song for President Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo. He recounted that all these happened during the campaign eve.
Veteran Musician Nana Addo reveals that he used Ghc2000 to record the song and since the party assumed office, he hasn't heard from them. He sadly revealed that his landlord has now evicted him from his house since he has not been able to pay for his rent.
Watch his interview here; https://youtu.be/Ty9rzr_pOCw
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