Ghanaian gospel music dynamo, Kwaku Gyasi has declared his willingness and readiness to climb any political party podium in the lead up to the December general elections so far as he gets paid for his showmanship.
He revealed that he is not actively affiliated to any political party due to his stance as a neutral person but heâ€™ll participate in the general elections to vote for his preferred candidates who have good policies to serve the interest of the populace.
Speaking in a virtual exclusive interview with Cape Coastâ€™s finest radio personality, Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central monitored by MyNewsGh.com, Kwaku Gyasi said that heâ€™s ready to entertain the crowd during political party rallies and use part of the money to pay his tithe.
Kwaku Gyasi remarked â€œI donâ€™t care which party invites me to come and cheer their crowd during political rallies. Because the person that I feel is having good policies for the country to develop is where I will cast my ballot during the general election.
â€œBut showmanship is my job so if party A or B should call on me I will gladly do it. At the end of the day, all I want is for my expectations to be met and then I will be able to pay my tithe and use the rest of the money to live my life thatâ€™s it.
â€ As for me I donâ€™t have a political party that Iâ€™m affiliated to so I wonâ€™t reject any political party offer to perform. Iâ€™m neutral and whenever Iâ€™m invited Iâ€™ll go because thatâ€™s the work I do for a livingâ€.
The December 2020 general election is approaching fast and thick and as usual, political parties will be heavily relying on the services of musicians to cheer the huge crowd turn out during their rallies across every nook and cranny of the country.