Lil Win discloses plans to visit president Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House

Lil Win discloses plans to visit president Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House

- Lil Win stated that he would visit the president at the time when Shatta Wale's visit would have been forgotten

- He added that he doesn't need an invitation from the president with respect to such a visit

- He also stated that he has no affiliation with any political party

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Musician and actor, Lil Win has revealed his intention to visit president Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House.

Lil Win discloses plans to visit president Akufo-Addo at the Flagstaff House

President Akufo-Addo

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According to him, he doesn’t need an invitation to visit the first gentleman of the land.

He added that he would bid his time, and pay the visit at the right time.

He explained that he wants the president to forget about Shatta Wale’s visit, before he goes to see him.

Shatta Wale’s visit to the president has generated a lot of discussions on various platforms.

Other music artistes such as Stonebwoy and Samini have expressed interest in meeting with the president.

Shatta Wale’s visit came on the heels of an invitation extended to him by the president a few days before his birthday.

According to Lil Win, he is excited Shatta Wale visited the president.

He added that he would also pay president Akufo-Addo a visit soon, whether or not he is invited.

He revealed that his visit would come at a time when the president had forgotten about Shatta Wale's visit

Lil Win explained that he has no affiliation with any political figure or party.

He also added that he loves every politician.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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