Ghanaian Hiplife Artiste, Mzbel has revealed that she is still a full-blooded sympathizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), despite being a beneficiary of the free Senior High School (SHS) Policy introduced by the current government this week
First son of the musician are among hundreds of thousands of graduates from Junior High Schools in the Country who will be directly benefiting from the policy which was a major campaign tool of the
New Patriotic Party (NPP), prior to the 2016 general elections.
After going through the process for her son, she hailed the policy and commended President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for introducing it.
She has however stated that it is not enough ground to sway her off her original roots which the NDC.
“I am amazed by how people have reacted after I mentioned my Free SHS experience. Come on! Are we not expected to support what is Good and condemn what’s not? This doesn’t mean I have switched to NPP because I am a proud supporter of the NDC, but don’t forget I am a Ghanaian too. I care about the progress of this country and policies that will make life easier for all.
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I strongly believe that politics shouldn’t divide us. It should rather be a platform to propel the sharing of forward moving ideas and the ability to support what will make the life of those who vote for us better. Let’s not deceive ourselves with the sides we stand on.
If something goes wrong, I will say it the same way I will approve of something that is right.
Borrowing words from Benigno Aquino III, ‘I have a simple goal in life: to be true to my parents and my country as an honourable daughter, a caring sister, and a good citizen.’
And oh Nana I think Free should be Totally Free so the PTA fee distin di3 no lie..
More importantly, this policy should be expanded to enable the continuing students (form 2 and 3) benefit as some parents struggle to pay fees of their wards already in the schools.
I’m a citizen not a spectator thanks”