Ghanaian artiste, Wanlov the Kubolor, has announced his reasons for not supporting presidential aspirant and MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
This follows a Twitter poll, seeking reasons from the public on why they would not vote for Agyapong. The artiste’s reasons, expressed in a Twitter post, include Agyapong’s controversial statements, perceived tribalism, and threats against judges, among others.
In 2012, Agyapong made inflammatory remarks suggesting violence against Voltarians in the Ashanti Region, which he later stated were not intended to incite hate. Wanlov also accused him of endangering a journalist, Ahmed Suale, who was later assassinated. However, no link has been established between Agyapong’s actions and Suale’s death.
The artiste’s claim of Agyapong’s tribalism could not be verified, while his assertion that Agyapong threatened a High Court judge in 2020 was confirmed, as Agyapong faced legal action for the incident.
Wanlov’s comments about Agyapong’s behavior and potential presidency are subjective and should be considered as personal opinions. Reactions to Wanlov’s post varied, with some agreeing with his views and others questioning their validity.