Mzbel reveals she will not release any song until Mahama comes back to power

Mzbel reveals she will not release any song until Mahama comes back to power

Ghanaian singer, Mzbel, known in real life as Nana Ekua Amoah, has revealed that she will not release any song until former president John Mahama becomes president again.

According to the singer, she is waiting for John Mahama to win the 2020 elections so she can release a song.

Mzbel disclosed that until 2020 when the general elections will take place, she will not release any song.

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In an interview she granted Ameyaw TV at the VGMA nominees party, Mzbel disclosed her current plans for the showbiz industry.

"I will not release any song for now. I am waiting for 2020 when Mahama comes to power before I will release some songs," she revealed.

Mzbel, when asked what she will do when Mahama does not come to power, retorted that Mahama will surely come to power.

"I hope Mahama will come back to power in 2020 and I will be around at that time to release a new song," she added.

Mzbel however disclosed that she is currently focusing on being a mother and also run her new production studio.

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She revealed that she has built a new production studio which will be used for on screen productions like movies and TV programs.

Recently, Mzbel was reported to have said that she was born in the NDC party and will remain affiliated to the party.

Her comments came as a response to a story about how she purportedly lost everything due to her support for NDC.

Mzbel was also reported to have lamented about what she termed as sabotage in the music industry.

She alleged that some people in Ghana are sabotaging her because she supports NDC and John Mahama.

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