Okyeame Kwame, the RAP Doctor

Ghanaian songwriter, creative director and entrepreneur, Okyeame Kwame has candidly revealed to Amansan Krakye on GBC Radio Central monitored by TunesAfrik.com that his fear of delegates and his attitude make him detest vying for a political position.

He admitted that if given the opportunity to serve as a parliamentarian right now, he believes his impact would be greater but for the time being he’ll concentrate on pursuing his doctorate degree to prepare himself adequately.

Kwame Nsiah-Apau aka the Rap Doctor who emerged on the music scene in 1997 made these submissions when asked if he’ll consider to contest as a parliamentary in the near future.

Okyeame Kwame

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He remarked “The truth is that this year if not for the coronavirus pandemic I would have been doing my doctorate degree because I had a scholarship. My main plan is that when I graduate I would help out in the area of education, music, technology and entertainment.

“This is to help the young ones to use pictures and sounds to learn better. I know for a fact that my impact will be greater if I’m into politics but as I speak I don’t think I have the attitude to become a politician. I don’t have that strength and I fear delegates, backbiting and name-calling.

“Maybe after four years when I’m done with my PhD I would have gathered more experience and would have understood things more. But right now as I speak with you I’m afraid to venture into politics”.

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Most celebrities have been to engaging themselves in active politics due to their massive fanbase but Obour who is the former MUSIGA President is lost his recent election despite the numerous assurances from the delegates.

Credit :MyNewsGh.com/Amansan Krakye/2020

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