Renowned gospel musician Cwesi Oteng has expressed remorse for endorsing the New Patriotic Party (NPP) prior to the 2016 elections, citing disappointment in the party’s administration.
Oteng, who initially supported the NPP for its promises of free SHS and the National Cathedral project, now labels the latter as a “shame.”
In a recent TV3 interview, Cwesi Oteng did not mince his words, asserting, “Three reasons I rooted for the NPP are one, free SHS, and the National Cathedral. The National Cathedral is a shame. It’s a shame, anybody that thinks that the whole idea is a success is a fool, is a shame, is a big shame.”
The gospel musician expressed reluctance to endorse any political party in the future, asserting that such endorsements bring no benefits to Ghanaians.
When questioned about potential support for a specific candidate, Oteng vehemently refuted the idea, claiming to remain indifferent to political affiliations.
“As I sit here, I am listening to everybody, I am listening to Nana Bediako, I am listening to President Mahama, I am listening,” Cwesi Oteng emphasized, highlighting his detached stance on political matters while closely monitoring the statements of various presidential aspirants.
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‘The National cathedral is a shame.’— #TV3GH (@tv3_ghana) February 6, 2024
Gospel musician Cwesi Oteng shares his bold perspective on the National Cathedral project, sparking a debate on its significance and implications. #TV3NewDay #TV3GH pic.twitter.com/shDzbcfZUE