Edem ‘F00ls’ Ghanaians With Political Flyers Suggesting He Wanted To Contest For Either NDC Or NPP; Discloses Why He Did So

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Ghanaian rapper Edem has succeeded in making a section of Ghanaians believe he was ready to contest for a seat as a member of parliament come 2024.

The boss of the VRMG shared his first flyers in the colours of the NDC on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, and told his followers to await a big announcement on March 22.

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To the surprise of many people, Edem ahead of the time he scheduled to supposedly announce the constituency he was targeting, shared a fresh set ot flyers, this time, the colours of the NPP.

After he shared the second set of flyers, Edem still decided to keep his followers sitting on tenterhooks as he disclosed that he was going to make a decision between the two political parties at 4 PM.

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In the wake of the two photos that were causing a lot of stir and causing confusion online, Edem has come out to reveal that it was all a social experiment to see how Ghanaians tolerated divergent views.

The ‘Toto’ hitmaker also asked a few critical questions and asked that his followers who unfollowed him because he declared his intention to contest for either of the political parties must follow him because he was just kidding.

Read his full post below…

‘Social Experiment

1.Are Ghanaians tolerant of divergent views in Politics,and do media houses verify facts on information gotten before making it news ?

2.Are people excited to see more young people take up Political Positions ?

3.How do individuals of different political parties react towards each other?

Do people’s political views influence their attitudes, behaviors, and decision-making?

4.Does intolerance, bias, and prejudice affect individuals and their interactions with others who have different political views.


Followers of both Parties should use the same energy to support creatives on social media and

Both Parties are invited to #Edemfest23🕺

I need same energy for my upcoming songs 😊

Those wey unfollow me on party line,

Abeg Follow back 😀

I LOVE YOU ALL 🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭


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