Popular Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye has thrown a party for her workers to celebrate the landslide victory of former president Mahama in the just ended NDC presidential primaries.
Tracey, even hours before Mahama would be declared winner of the elections, said she would organise a party for her workers and they would have free drinks for one hour.
That was the way she chose to celebrate the victory of Mahama, whom she also calls “Daddy”.
To prove true her words, the Kumawood actress has shared a video of her having a wild party with her workers.
They are seen popping Champaign and singing happily to show that indeed, they were all glad that Daddy Mahama had won.
Tracy’s action has drawn massive reactions from her fans and followers on Instagram, with most of them praising her for her loyalty to Mahama.
Alima, for instance, described Tracey’s action as “beautiful”:
mama_alima_official: “Awww beautiful .”
Candy congratulated Tracey on Mahama’s win and wished her more victories:
candykanu: “Congratulations Ma @tracey_boakye more victories.”
Edem was impressed with Tracey’s way of celebrating Mahama’s victory:
edem_amedorme: “Well Done Mummy. Stay Bless.”
Sweet said it was obvious Mahama was going to win:
sweetlips131: “It was obvious he was goin to win anyways.”
Lucky also expressed the hope that Mahama would win in the 2020 election:
lucy.appiah.3538: “J m will come back 2020.”
There are many other comments on Tracey’s video which show how excited some of her fans are to see her celebrating in that way.
The Kumawood actress has for a long time professed unflinching support for Mahama.
She even donated an amount of GH₵2,000 towards Mahama’s 2020 bid.
Tracey is one of the many celebrities including John Dumelo, Mzbel, Roselyn Ngissah, and others who have shown that they are NDC supporters.
She was in the news recently for saying that when she dies, her family should paint her coffin with NDC party colours.
Meanwhile, Mahama won a massive 95.24% of the total votes leaving his contenders to share the less than 1% among them.
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