Leaders In Ghana Ought To Follow In John Mahama’s Footsteps, Says Lilwin.

Actor Kwadwo Nkansah, better known by his stage name LilWin, has urged Ghanaian officials to take a cue from John Dramani Mahama regarding fostering and assisting the country’s entertainment and arts industries.

Considering that Mahama bought 200 tickets for the premiere of LilWin’s film “A Country Called Ghana,” LilWin attributes the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress to a history of unwavering support for artists.

Ghanaian leaders would do well to study John Mahama’s magnanimous demeanor, especially his resolute backing of the artistic community. I want to take this opportunity to thank him for his significant efforts. “My words go beyond politics and are a call to action for our country’s leaders to emulate as a society,” he said.

LilWin’s latest comments are an extension of his earlier appreciation of Mahama’s assistance, with a focus on the supply of a new school bus for his institution.

He had previously mentioned that Mahama had bought 200 tickets very kindly, so a good number of people might come to the film’s premiere.

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