I Will Support My Wife In Her Political Ambition But If She Uses Our Song, For Campaign, She Will Pay – Keche Andrew

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Keche Andrew has admitted that his politician wife would need to pay for the use of his song in her campaign before he would agree to let her use it.

In an interview with Abeiku Santana on Yeah FM, he stated that because he is a member of a group, his partner must give his consent for his wife to use one of their songs in her campaign.

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The politician and activist Joana Gyan Cudjoe’s husband, Keche Andrew, stated he would not permit his wife to use his song for her campaign for a parliamentary seat in the Amenfi South constituency.

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While conducting an interview with him on Okay FM, Abeiku Santana thought that the song “Something Must Happen” would be the ideal choice for a campaign.

In response, Andrew said that since he is in a group with his boyfriend Keche Joshua, he would not agree with it.

But Joshua, his friend and partner, said he would think about it. Before that happens, it is completely business, and he won’t let the campaign interfere with his operations. He supported his wife’s political ambitions and campaign. Yet, he is serious.

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Joana Gyan Cudjoe, a Ghanaian entrepreneur and the CEO of Golden Empire Legacy Limited and wife of musician Keche Andrew, announced her desire to run in the forthcoming NDC primary for the Amenfi Central parliamentary seat (NDC).


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