The controversial ‘Papa no’ saga seems to be seeing a revival as a lady on social media has tattooed the image of former President Mahama on her back.
The woman whose real name has not been identified seems to be a strong supporter of the opposition NDC and a serious follower of former President Mahama.
One of the things that is surprising a lot of people after the post went viral on social media is about the fact that the ladies who were involved in the ‘Papa no’ saga couldn’t even go to that extent.
Both Tracy Boakye and Mzbel who were alleged to be the girls of the NDC flagbearer have given up on the NDC after some supporters of the party took to social media to rain insults on them for dirtying the image of JDM.
This is the first time a follower of a politician in Ghana has gone to the extent of tattooing the image of the politician on his or her skin, not to talk of displaying it to the full glare of the public.
Former President Mahama and the NDC launched their campaign manifesto for the 2020 elections yesterday in the evening and have outlined about 17 promises for the creative arts industry in Ghana.
Whiles speaking, the NDC flagbearer and 2020 Presidential candidate disclosed that his government asides making NAFTI a well-equipped media university will also build cinemas in every region in the country.
He explained that he will ensure that everything the ruling NPP has failed to provide after their sweet promises to Ghanaians will be provided should he be given the opportunity to lead Ghana again.
Meanwhile, dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has also come out to endorse the okada business agenda of former President Mahama and has stated that it is good for the people of Ghana since it provides a lot of employment for the youth and it is a faster means of transports.