Fameye says he supports every political party for December 2020 elections

Fameye says he supports every political party for December 2020 elections

- Ghanaian musician Fameye has opened up on the political party of his choice

- He says he supports every party in the December 2020 elections

- Fameye was speaking in a social media interview on YEN.com.gh

Ghanaian musician, Fameye, has opened up on the political party he supports as the December elections draw nearer and nearer.

Fameye disclosed his choice in an interview he had with YEN.com.gh on Twitter.

Asked which political party he supports, Fameye answered that he supports all the political parties.

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Fameye says he supports every political party for December 2020 elections

A collage of Fameye and the representatives of the two major political parties - NDC, and NPP.
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Fameye’s revelation comes at a time that some celebrities have already shown their party colours by publicly endorsing the candidates of their choice.

Dancehall star, Samini, for instance, has publicly thrown his weight behind President Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

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He has also released a campaign song titled Kpoyaka to highlight the NPP’s achievement and praise Akufo-Addo for them.

Samini also called on Ghanaians to vote and retain the president and his party in power for the next four years.

Other celebrities who have also endorsed Akufo-Addo are Sarkodie, Obour, Agya Koo, and many others.

So far, it appears just three celebrities have declared their support for former president John Mahama.

They include Kumawood actors Michael Afranie, Mr. Beautiful, and Mzbel, have so far declared support for the NDC.

In a related development, Ghanaian actress Emelia Brobbey has also touched on the issue of celebrity endorsement.

She said she does not want to have anything doing with politics as she is focusing on her acting career.

In other news, actress Yvonne Nelson has praised former president Mahama saying that he was the one who fixed dumsor.

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She led a dumsor vigil against Mahama in 2015 but has now made a U-turn to praise him.

Yvonne has also confessed to why she let that vigil against Mahama.

According to her, she took that initiative just for Ghanaians to have their light back.

Yvonne was also in the news for praising Mahama for his massive infrastructural developments.

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