Barima Sidney, the singer of “Papa No” and a Hiplife legend, said on Kastle FM in Cape Coast that he had no regrets about supporting President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Barima Sidney was seen on many New Patriotic Party (NPP) campaign platforms in the run-up to the recent elections, and he has stated that he does not regret his support for the present government.
“To tell you the truth, I don’t have any regrets so far for throwing my weight behind President Akufo-Addo,” he stated in an interview with Amansan Krakye.
“My only regret or issue with the government, and I’m not sure whether it had anything to do with the government, was when people wanted to launch the Fix the Country campaign and certain individuals attempted to stop them,” he said.
“That was the moment when I was so disappointed,” he told the presenter, “when police tried to stop them, even if they had their own reasons for halting them, but it’s great that at the end of the day they were allowed to go forward with it.”
Barima Sidney, also known as Sidney Kofi Ofori, recently made the contentious claim that no political party in Ghana would ever be able to move the country ahead until there is a national development program to follow.