- Wendy Shay has spoken about why and who she would vote for during the December 7 elections
- The Shay on You singer noted that her vote was going to go to any candidate who has the progress of Ghana at heart
- She debunked claims that she was a member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP)
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Ghanaian songstress, Wendy Shay has declared her readiness to support any government that will improve the lives of the people and make them happy.
The Rufftown Records artiste stated that she is not a member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) as has been speculated or any other political party for that matter.
She indicated that what will support any candidate that shows he or she has good policies that they intend to implement when they come into office.
“Please no I’m not an NPP member. As for me, I will always support any government in power who does what makes the people’s lives better and happier,” Wendy Shay said in an interview with Amansan Krache on Radio Central.
The ‘Uber Driver’ singer added: “Meaning that whoever comes to office with good policies and have great innovative ideas to bring relief to the people is what I stand for.
So I won’t say I belong to any of the political parties so far as you’re doing well and it’s manifesting in the lives of the ordinary citizens, I will always say ‘toaso’.”
The past years have seen a section of Ghanaian musicians and other celebrities publicly displaying their support for political parties but it appears Wendy Shay is not ready to follow suit.
On the matter of presidential ambitions and candidates, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana-based Gambian actress, Princess Shyngle, has come out to boldly state her political ambitions and she is aiming for the highest office in Gambia.
Princess Shyngle, in a post fast gaining engagement on Instagram, stated that she is going to be the president of Gambia soon.
By effect, the popular socialite was saying she was going to make history should her dream come true and see her as the first female president of the African nation.
Her post on Instagram read:
I had a dream that I’ll be the first female president of my country and I believe my dream will definitely come true. Gonna be the sexiest president in the world.
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