Lilwin
Lilwin

At the age of 68, Kwadwo Nkansah, better known as Lil Win, has voiced tremendous hope that he will be elected President of Ghana.

He stated that he does not need to join any political party to run for president in order to realize his goal.

The actor, musician, dancer, and footballer announced his candidacy as an independent candidate on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm’s mid-morning broadcast, Sokoohemaa Kukua.

The actor claims that he does not want to do anything that would harm his image in order to achieve this goal.

Ghanaians will be clamoring for him to become the country’s president.

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He claims that he will begin running for President at the age of 60, but that he will not be elected on his first or second attempts, but that on his third effort, he will be elected at the age of 68.

“Ghanaians will approach me and request that I become their President. They’d expect me to take over the country’s leadership. I’ll begin when I’m 60 years old, but I won’t receive the green light. When I return at the age of 64, Ghanaians would want me to wait until the then-second President’s term ends before electing me at the age of 68.”

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When asked why he wanted to be President despite his inability to communicate in English, Lil Win explained that he would hire an interpreter to help him.

He went on to say that the Chinese President is an example since he speaks his own tongue and uses an interpreter while speaking with foreign leaders.

Source: Dklassgh.com

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