Lucky Mensah denies getting paid for NPP campaign song

Lucky Mensah denies getting paid for NPP campaign song

The controversy continues as popular highlife musician Lucky Mensah has had to once again defend himself against the rumors that he was paid to switch to the NPP.

The musician has emerged to debunk rumors that Nana Akuffo-Addo, the flagbearer of the NPP paid him to make a campaign song for the NPP in the upcoming general elections.

The artiste has denied certain rumors that he was paid an amount of money by the NPP flagbearer when he presented the 'Yese samu' song to him. Last Thursday, the NPP flagbearer posted a picture of Lucky Mensah and himself in his office at his Nima residence when the artiste paid him a visit to give him a copy of the 'Yese samu' song. The gesture serves as an endorsement of the NPP flagbearer by the high-life musician. Not long after the meeting, rumors swirled that artiste was given an amount of money for his song but he has come out to deny such rumors.

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In 2012, Lucky Mensah released a campaign song for the NDC but later expressed his displeasure publicly at the party's failure to fulfill a promise they made about giving him a 4x4 for his role in the campaign. Since switching camp to the NPP, Lucky Mensah has received much backlash from some celebrities and the general public for actions they term as selfish and disloyal.

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