Entertainment of Sunday, 23 October 2016
Ghanaian actress and model Moesha Buduong has stated that she will not endorse any of the presidential aspirants as her fellow compatriots in the entertainment have done ahead of the December elections.
The actress who is noted for flaunting her mesmerising physique appears not to be interested in who runs the affairs of the country for the next four years.
In an intetview with Ghanaweb at the launch of the ‘Ghana Works’ edition of the Ovation Magazine Moesha said she may not even vote in the upcoming polls.
She however fell short of giving reasons for her decision.
She rubbished claims she has endorsed the NDC’s candidate John Dramani Mahama saying she was only at the Ovation International event to lend support to Chief Dele Momodu, whom she describes as her friend.
“I’m not endorsing anyone, I just came to support my friend Chief Dele Momudu, the CEO of Ovation, that’s it. I don’t do politics’’.
This year’s Ovation Magazine cover was themed ‘Ghana Works’ in honour of President John Dramani Mahama and catalogues a number of projects the NDC government has carried out during the tenure of John Mahama.
Chief Dele Momudu himself has faced a backlash of insults for asking Ghanaians what more they wanted from a president when he likened president Mahama’s achievements in infrastructural development to what US presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is promising Americans.