Lil Win to contest Afigya Kwabre South Parliamentary seat.

Actor, Musician and Businessman Kwadwo Nkansah, better known in showbiz as Lil Win, has revealed he is intent on contesting for the parliamentary seat at Afigya Kwabre South in the Ashanti Region, in the general elections in 2024, as an independent candidate.

Lil Win, who has entertained the Ghanaian masses through his exceptional comic acting and music, is intended to take a new path in politics after he states his intentions to run for the parliamentary seat for Afigya Kwabre South.

He stated that, after receiving a lot of call from chiefs and natives of the constituency, after them expressing their utmost trust in his abilities to stand for the constituency, he is willing to go toe to toe with the New Patriotic Party’s William Owuraku Aidoo, for the seat and serve the people of Afigya Kwabre South.

He made this statement in an interview with Okay FM of Despite Media. In the interview, he revealed that his mother and other family members were contacted to convince him to run for the seat. A plea he has willingly heeded to, despite his disinterest in the beginning.

In the interview, he said, “The constituents believe that I will be a good leader and serve them better with the investment I have made in the district with the establishment of my school, Great Minds. They are convinced that even with the little resources, I have been able to do many projects for the area including a school and so I can help them a lot when I have many resources at my disposal”.

He also reveals that his intentions to delve into politics have come as a surprise to many, and even disclosed during an interview on Oyerepa Tv, that former President Mahama has advised him to stay away from politics.

“I had the opportunity to speak with NDC and NPP members during the 2016 campaign session. Ex-President John Mahama is the one who advised me not to accept any payment to support a political party,” he stated.

Lil Win will be contesting for the parliamentary seat at Afigya Kwabre South as an independent candidate.

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