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Good old Katawere aka Agya Afari of hit television drama series ‘Efiewura’ fame, and award-winning musician Adane Best, on Monday officially joined the campaign wagon of Nana Akufo Addo, presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Katawere, known in private life as Ebenezer Donkor, mounted the NPP campaign platform and urged several thousands of listening electorate to cast their vote in favour of Nana Addo on December 7.

The old actor received huge applause and cheers when he started dancing ‘Azonto’ on the campaign stage as part of his theatrics to entertain the NPP party faithful. Adane Best, on his part, used his hit ‘Jata Bi’ song to entertain party faithful that had gathered for a mini rally at Chorkor, a popular Accra coastal town.

The musician thrilled the crown when he appeared on stage with a puppet leopard, dancing to his ‘Jata Bi ‘song as he called for votes for Nana Addo.

On same day, several members of the creative arts industry including hi-life musician Kwabena Kwabena; movie producer and Public Relations Officer of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) Socrate Sarfo; music producer Mark Okraku Mantey, Fredyma, a sound engineer and music producer; actresses Vivian Jill Lawrence, Mercy Asiedu, and Auntie B. of ‘Efiewura’ fame; actor Bill Asamoah; musicians C-Zar and Naa Agyeman and many others visited the Nima residence of Nana Akufo-Addo to assure him of their support for the December 7 polls.

It is significant when members of the creative arts industry publicly declare their support for an opposition political party and the NPP candidate, Nana Addo, aware of this, expressed his appreciation to the celebrities.

Nana Addo repeated his pledge to make the creative arts industry one of his top priorities if given an opportunity to serve as president of Ghana.

He explained that the creative arts sector, if managed properly and with the requisite structures put in place, could rake huge revenues for the country and also be an enviable source of income for its stakeholders.

Reports said several more celebrities would be declaring support for Nana Addo and would be regular features on his campaign platforms.
Source: News One

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