- Renowned Ghanaian musician, K.K Fosu, has declared his intention to contest as a Member of Parliament
- Information available shows he is eyeing the Akuapem North seat which is currently occupied by Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah
- Asiamah is also the current deputy minister of information
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Hiplife legend, K.K Fosu, has revealed plans of becoming a Member of Parliament (MP) after the 2020 elections.
According to him, he is ready to represent the people of the Akuapem North constituency.
The seat is currently being occupied by the deputy information minister, Nana Ama Dokua Asiamah, who serves as MP as well.
Per a report by Ghana News Agency, Fosu is likely to contest as an independent candidate.
According to him, the time was right to give back to the people of Akuapem North, who have helped shape his career.
He explained that the youth of the town want him to represent them in Parliament, and he has heeded to their call, so that he can help empower them.
Fosu went on to say that he is hopeful he can bring a positive impact into the lives of the youth of the constituency, who are talented and hardworking.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which a woman dressed in a church outfit is seen at a bar drinking beer.
The identity of the woman is not immediately clear and the location of the bar is also yet to be confirmed.
She, however, appeared oblivious of the fact that she was being recorded as she sat at a table with the beer bottle in front of her.
As if to drum home the point, Ghanaian musician, Kofi Kinaata’s hit song, Things Fall Apart, can be heard being played in the background.
A man, who also has a bottle of beer in front of him, is seen, also seated at the same table, and engaged in a discussion with the woman.
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