Entertainment pundit Arnold Asamoah has taken the wind out the sails of rapper Kwaw Kese who is advocating for a presidential debate before the start of elections in Ghana.
Kwaw Kese, as earlier reported, is calling for an immediate presidential debate between incumbent President Akufo-Addo and former President John Mahama ahead of the December polls.
According to the ‘Dondo’ hitmaker, a debate will not only provide a platform for the contestation of ideas but will also help Ghanaians make an informed decision before they go cast their votes on December 7.
This push by Kwaw Kese has been received by a lot of Ghanaians wholeheartedly who think it will be a step in the right direction especially when Mahama has thrown a debate challenge to President Akufo-Addo.
Arnold Asamoah thinks otherwise. According to him, it is never mandatory for Akufo-Addo to debate Mahama since it has not been stipulated in the constitution.
Speaking on the Entertainment Review Show on Peace FM, Arnold Asamoah did not agree with Kwaw Kese advocacy for a presidential debate to be staged by all means before the commencement of voting.
Watch Him Speak In The Video Below: