Actor and comedian Kofi Adu affectionately called Agya Koo has had it easier switching into the political mood as he has accused President Mahama and his NDC team of not being better mangers of Ghana’s economy.
Agya Koo was at the Techiman North Constituency of the Brong Ahafo Region to the NPP’s parliamentary candidate for the area Martin Oti Gyarko, as he launched his campaign. In view of the veteran actor, President Mahama’s continuous stay in office after the 2016 election would lead to unprecedented number of stowaway among Ghanaians.
He advised the gathering to support the candidature of Martin Oti Gyarko and vote out the incumbent MP who is also and Deputy Minister of Education, Alex Kyeremeh. According to him, Hon. Kyeremeh is part of the group of the people who ill advised President Mahama to scrap allowances for student nurses.
Matilda Asare, another popular actress based in Ashanti Region, was also there to support Martin Oti Gyarko.
By: Chris Quaicoe
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