Felix Kwakye Ofusu has made a post on social media that revealed a campaign poster for the New Patriotic Party. From the campaign poster there was an inscription which read;
“NANA gave me FREE
WATER when I needed it most to keep me clean and SAFE FROM COVID.
I AM VOTING 4 NANA”.
Ghanaians on social media have reacted to the post in different ways, as most people were wondering how he is now campaigning for the New patriotic party. Most people got the understanding that he was being sarcastic by making the post about free water.
Especially now that their is a new issue about COVID-19 tax. Felix Kwakye Ofusu is known to be a strong supporter of the National Democratic Congress and we don't think that has changed. But his post on social media was kinda confusing as it seems he was campaigning for Akufo Addo. The National Democratic Congress has always looked for ways to talk Ill about the ruling party. But Ghanaians always know what is best for them.
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