VIDEO: King Paluta Hits Back At Critics Over Alleged NPP Campaign Involvement

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Ghanaian musician King Paluta has found himself at the center of a controversy swirling around his apparent association with the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Vice President Dr. Bawumia.

Videos of him aboard an NPP campaign bus in Kumasi sparked speculation that he had aligned himself with the party for the upcoming 2024 general elections.

READ ALSO: King Paluta And Dr Bawumia Sing ‘Aseda’ After Meeting (Video)

The uproar began when footage emerged showing Vice President Dr. Bawumia alongside other notable figures within the NPP, including Chairman Wontumi, Ashanti Regional Minister Simon Osei-Mensah, and Dome-Kwabenya MP, Sarah Adwoa Safo, enthusiastically singing along to King Paluta’s popular track ‘Aseda’.

The energy displayed in the video fueled speculation that King Paluta had officially thrown his hat into the political ring by endorsing the NPP.

Amid these speculations, King Paluta has wasted no time in setting the record straight and vehemently refuting these claims.

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In an exclusive interview with MzGee on United Showbiz which airs on UTV, King Paluta disclosed that his presence on the NPP campaign bus was not indicative of any political allegiance.

He clarified that he had been invited by a close friend within the NPP to join the campaign event since the party’s flagbearer and other leading members appeared to have fallen in love with the song.

Furthermore, King Paluta shed light on the context of the viral video, explaining that his interaction with Vice President Dr. Bawumia during the campaign event mirrored the rapport he shared with his fans.

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He revealed that singing and engaging with supporters, including pulling out his phone to share moments, is a common occurrence for him, regardless of their political affiliations.

Addressing allegations of financial incentives, King Paluta challenged critics to identify any wrongdoing in accepting any monetary offer since his decision to honor the invitation required him to fuel his car.

Watch King Paluta speak in the video below:

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