In the midst of some public figures announcing their political affiliations publicly, veteran Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Ex Doe, has made an interesting remark about it.
Ex Doe, known in private life as Richard Kwasi Siaw Afrofi, told Grandmaster Murphy in an interview monitored by Newshuntermag.com on Todays Radio that there is nothing wrong for celebrities or public figures to endorse political parties.
“Endorsing a political party is not a bad thing; it is good for democracy and the development of the nation,” he posited.
However, the ‘Maba’ composer said one needs to be cautious before taking such a decision.
According to him, the way people understands politics in Ghana is someway—so it is prudent for them to think twice before endorsing any political party or leader.
Until people get the understanding of politics in the country, Ex Doe stated that he will not disclose his political affiliation publicly or make any endorsement.
As a citizen of Ghana, the renowned musician revealed his readiness to vote in the forthcoming December 7 general elections.