Popular actor Prince David Osei, has sent a word of caution to his friends in the National Democratic Congress (NDC) following claims of threats and insults over the actor’s comments.
Prince David Osei took to his Instagram handle to indicate that due to the fact that were were living in a democratic dispensation, he was free to air his views on political matters without fear or favor.
He however noted that he was not going to tolerate any form of attack, insult or threat coming any quarter that did not agree with his views.
The actor indicated that he was open to decorous political banter but was not going to sit and watch people disrespect him for saying what he felt had to be said.
After making a post on IG, Prince David Osei captioned it:
“To my brothers in the NDC who do not agree with me on my view on issues, it is alright not to agree, you at liberty not to agree or accept everything I say. However, if you attack me will defend myself with all I have, the past few days I have endured enough of your threats, insults and attacks. We live in a country where the law works‼️ So before you foolishly come to attack me, because you fighting for a man who don’t even know you exist all in the name of “party faithfuls” just so you know, I am equally not soft like that. I grew up the hard way in kokomlemle, tiptoe lane, nima and adabraka .. Stardom is what has humbled me, my other side not good at all.. So pls let us all respect ourselves and love our ourselves you can agree to disagree with me, that is the beauty of democracy.. But don’t threaten me or attack me, for you might be shocked at how I will defend myself‼️‼️Thank you 💙 Gm”
Prince David Osei caught headlines on social media after he granted an interview to Zionfelix in which he indicated that John Mahama’s candidature was like an insult to Ghanaians.
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Prince then indicated that his comments stemmed from the fact that in his view, there were other people in the party that would have made a better choice.
The popular actor then said if the NDC had brought a candidate apart from Mahama, he would have gladly campaigned for the opposition party.
He went on to add that Ghanaians should allow Akufo-Addo to rule for 4 more years and explained that the NPP-led government had put in place policies that would see the nation flourish.