- Nana Kwaku Bonsam has indicated his readiness to run for parliament in the upcoming 2020 election
- To show his seriousness, the traditional priest showed off the nomination form he had picked
- Kwaku Bonsam was recently seen in a video throwing jabs at the MP in his constituency
Popular Ghanaian traditional priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, has revealed his readiness to contest in the upcoming 2020 Parliamentary elections and has already picked his forms.
In a recent Facebook Live video, Nana Kwaku Bonsam showed off his nomination form and said he was going to contest in the December election.
According to the traditional priest, he is not going to contest on the ticket of the NDC or NPP but would stand as an independent candidate.
He called for support, prayers and advice in his quest to unseat the current Member of Parliament for the Akumadan Constituency.
Kwaku Bonsam said the current MP was only involved in sharing money from house to house and not concerned about the development of the constituency.
Unlike the sitting Member of Parliament, Nana Kwaku Bonsam promised to fulfil all the promises he would lay out in his manifesto.
While going live of Facebook, Nana Kwaku Bonsam captioned the video:
"Almost done with my nomination form. Ready for filling on 5th to 9th of October 2020"
Prior to making this announcement, Kwaku Bonsam took to his Facebook page to make a number of posts.
One of them read:
"Should I contest or not? I think it’s now time to do away with corrupt Politicians for the betterment of our Country.#nanakwakubonsam #ghana #GhanaNews"
Another post read:
"I am happy today because I am going to be member of Parliament #2020election #GhanaNews #ECOWAS #nanakwakubonsam #Akomadan"
Many fans and followers of the popular traditional priest supported his decision ad dropped some encouraging words for him.
Meanwhile, outspoken radio show host, Blakk Rasta, has taken a swipe at the president and vice president in a new video following a 'corruption' tag placed on ex-president Mahama.
While speaking in a video and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Blakk Rasta indicated that Bawumia, in the past few months, has always tried to stay relevant by dragging Mahama in the mud.
The radio show host indicated that any time Vice President Bawumia wanted to make a speech in public, he made sure to highlight the incompetence of former president John Mahama.
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