I've Stopped Voting Because Politicians Would Make Promises And When They Come Into Power, They Won't Honour The Promises - Shatta Wale

Dancehall act, Shatta Wale was on the Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana Show with Paul Adom Otchere  and when asked about who he thinks would win the 2020 elections, he said,

“I’ve stopped voting, i don’t see it necessary to go and stand in that line, vote and somebody would just come into power and take us for granted.”

He continued,

Politicians should honour their promises, they should take us seriously. Because they have failed us, many people are now tired of NDC and this NPP.”

Shatta Wale was also on Happy FM, when asked about Former President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), Bice Osei Kuffour, popularly known as Obour going into politics, Shatta Wale said,

Obour should forget Politics and go into teaching. What he did during his MUSIGA tenure as President is nothing to write home about that he should be proud of and say he’s going into Politics. He should just forget Politics and go and teach”.

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