- Highlife singer Ofori Amponsah has incurred the wrath of NDC supporters for speaking ill about Mahama
- He had said that if he were Mahama, he would not think of contesting election 2020
- The supporters feel Amponsah disrespected Mahama with his comment, and have chastised him
Former highlife singer Ofori Amponsah is in trouble for a remark he made about Mahama recently.
According to him, if he were the former president, he would never reconsider contesting for the 2020 elections.
He was of the view that Mahama will not win, and so, his contest would just be a matter of waste of time.
Amponsah made these remarks during an interview on Happy FM recently.
However, some Ghanaians on social media believed to be NDC supporters have descended heavily on him for the comments.
Some of them believe that the musician himself needs to keep the advice to himself, and never talk that way about Mahama again.
Asare, for instance, called him a fool asking him to revive his career and leave Mahama alone:
Mensah wondered why Amponsah has nerves to talk about Mahama:
Iddrisu said the musician should keep his advice:
Judith also criticised Amponsah:
Amedewu asked him to shut up:
Cyrus also called Amponsah names:
Linda asked the musician to contest in Mahama’s place if he is competent enough:
Yahaya also revealed that Amponsah is suffering from a certain disease and so he must forget about advising Mahama and concentrate on his disease:
Meanwhile, there have been many prophecies flying around that Mahama will win election 2020.
One of the prophecies was made by Prophet Nigel Gaisie, who said Mahama will win and Akufo-Addo will receive the shock of his life.
Cosmos Affran Walker has also claimed that Mahama will win with a bigger percentage over Akufo-Addo.
Also, the former president and his wife Lordina have been in the news recently following their fashion idea in a photo published by YEN.com.gh.
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