Ghanaian highlife musician, Jewel Ackah is a well-known supporter of largest opposition political party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress and the former president John Dramani Mahama, but it seems he may have changed his mind.
About two years ago, the musician revealed that he had no regrets in supporting the NDC, a stance far from his current position.
The musician composed a one-time flagship campaign son of the NDC called "Arise Arise" for the late John Evans Atta Mills.
But after being an integral member of the NDC for a while, Jewel Ackah has accused the new crop of NDC leadership neglecting him.
He said that party toiled for has made it a point to ignore him as nothing seems appealing seemed to be coming to him from the higher ranks of the party.
"NDC does not give money; they neglected me even in power. After that composition I became a typical NDC. I did the song for free", he said of his hit NDC song.
According to him, the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) would not have meted out the treatment he is receiving in the hands of the NDC if it was the party he scarified for.
He singled out former National Organiser of the NDC, Yaw Boateng Gyan for praise indicating that he was among the few who listened to him even if he had no capacity to solve his problems.
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