This comes days after the musician in an interview lambasted and described critics of musicians who openly endorsed or composed campaign songs for political parties or individuals in Ghana as “coup makers”.
“Such people are oppressors. They are people who cannot accommodate divergent views and have the propensity to oust governments and also trigger civil wars at the slightest provocation” he noted.
The musician in a tweet stated; ”
The endorsement was warmly welcomed by the presidential aspirant who believed they could together bring change and hope to Ghanaians.
I would like to show my support for @NAkufoAddo and to fully endorse him to be our next POGH.I believe Ghana needs a breath of fresh air.
Asked how much he took to openly declare his support for Nana Addo, the musician replied stating he did that out of “mutual respect for a man with clear leadership instincts. Not about pennies”
How much were you paid .. cc @ameyaw112 @nydjlive @KojoABhttps://twitter.com/CwesiOteng/status/774624191559692288 …
Unlike other A Plus and Lucky Mensah who have already recorded songs for the presidential candidate, Cwesi Oteng would not release any song but says the party can go ahead and use of his songs.