Michael Blackson: Ghanaian-American comedian declares intention to be president of Ghana

Michael Blackson: Ghanaian-American comedian declares intention to be president of Ghana

- Ghanaian-American comedian, Michael Blackson wants to be the next president of Ghana

- He shared his intention to succeed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Twitter

- Michael stated that the reason for his intention is because he is passionate about Ghanaians

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Ghanaian-American actor, Michael Blackson wants to succeed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo when his term ends in 2024.

On October 9, 2020, YEN.com.gh reported that Blackson had shared that he was building a school for the children in his village. That act he said was a prelude to his plan to contest for Ghana's highest office.

Ghanaian-American comedian Michael Blackson declares intention to run for president of Ghana
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"I’m going to clean up my act and run for president of Ghana in 4 yrs. No joke I’m too passionate about my people" reads a tweet by Blackson.

"Who will vote for me? Let me know now so I won’t waste my time," Michael tweeted.

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Kenneth Lee Lewis advised against the decision saying Blackson will be sabotaged: "They gonna do you like our dear brother & Malcom X, save your time & energy bro. This world doesn’t appreciate the heroic effort, of real African leaders now"

King Faisel think it's a good idea: "You Will Be The Best President To Have To Put Jokes Aside You Will Improve The Country More Than The Corrupt Leaders We Have Today .U Got My Vote"

In other news, Ghana won big at the 2021 edition of the International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA.)

The likes of Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, DJ Switch, and Kwame Yeboah took home awards virtually at the 39th edition of the awards scheme.

Shatta Wale won the 'Virtual Entertainer of The Year' award. He won ahead of Beenie Man, Buju Banton, and others.

Sarkodie also took home the 'Best Virtual Showcase/Concert of The Year' with his Black Love Concert ahead of the popular Reggae Sunfest. For other awards, young disc jockey, DJ Switch, was named the 'Best Young Entertainer of The Year' while Kwame Yeboah emerged as the 'Instrumentalist of The Year.'

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