Controversial highlife musician, Lucky Mensah, has paid a courtesy call on the presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Akufo-Addo.
He presented a copy of his latest song, “Yɛresesamu”, which endorses Nana Addo’s candidature to the NPP leader.
This comes as he [Lucky Mensah] severed ties with the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He thus endorsed the candidature of Nana Addo, composing a new song, urging electorate to dump the NDC for the NPP because the former has woefully failed in its management of the economy since assuming the reigns of governance in 2008.
The outspoken musician speaking Wednesday 7, September on Onua FM alleged that he is being threatened by the supporters of the NDC following his decision to cut ties with the party he supported since 2008.
“Some NDC supporters called to warn me. Even yesterday a lady called to threaten me but I am for the country. I have had several calls of threats but that will not stop me”, he alleged.
In the build up to the 2008 elections, Lucky Mensah released the ‘Come Back to NDC’ track for the NDC, which became one of the party’s official campaign songs.
This was followed by a controversial satirical song titled ‘Nkratuo‘ years later aimed at sending a message through one ‘Tawiah’ to tell his big brother ‘Atta’ that things are not going well and that the situation has gone very bad.