I’m about to quit music, stand for MP and speak for the poor’ – KK Fosu

Kaakyire Kwame Fosu, also known by his stage moniker KK Fosu, a Ghanaian hiplife artist, has hinted that he may pursue politics shortly after his music career.

In a radio conversation with Andy Dosty, the musician expressed his desire to join politics after his retirement from music. According to KK, he has been considering becoming a politician in the near future for some years.

Mr. Fosu, who has inspired Ghanaians with his music throughout the years, believes he has an opportunity to take his passion for Ghana to the next level by becoming a legislator.

According to him, when he becomes a member of parliament, he would focus on agriculture and advocating for the voiceless and impoverished members of society.

After my singing career, I’d want to serve in the legislature. I would not want to be performing at age 60. I must advocate for the disadvantaged.

“I want to assist my nation. My political ambition began three years ago, and I believe the voters will support me.

“Given that I consider them, why wouldn’t they vote for me? I really want to attend the legislature. I am not playing”, KK Fosu explained.


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