Ghanaian gospel musician Diana Asamoah has expressed optimism about the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) chances of retaining power for a third term, despite the challenges the country currently faces.
She acknowledges that Ghana is dealing with economic difficulties and other problems, but she remains confident in the NPP’s ability to secure another term.
Diana Asamoah has also urged Ghanaians to exercise patience with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as he implements measures to address the economic challenges and improve the nation’s fortunes.
When asked about the chances of the NPP breaking the 8 she said, “It shall come to pass and God will help us [NPP] to break the 8 and continue the governance in Jesus’ name!”
She added, “With the rate of the dollar, God has been good to us because the whole world was battling with COVID-19 so hardship exists everywhere. We are now striving to recover the economy.
“The foreign countries are using revenue from taxes to improve the country. In Ghana, if you decide to tax the people, the way and manner they would insult the government. I pay taxes all the time. So Ghanaians should exercise patience for the government to put measures in place to stabilize the economy.”
Diana Asamoah stated that she does not support any candidate in the NPP primaries and stressed that she would be fine with whoever emerges as the winner.
“God chooses king so whoever wins I am fine with it,” she said.