Kofi Kinaata has finally let the cat out of the bag in reference to his stance in the area of political endorsement going into the future.

Despite the chastisement King Paluta has faced in the hands of critical thinking Ghanaians on social media, Kofi Kinaata appears resolute when it comes to political endorsement.

According to Kofi Kinaata in the studios of Nhyira FM’s “Entertainment Power” show hosted by with DJ Ogidi Brown, he’s in for any political endorsement provided the money is huge. 

Although he registered his neutrality, however, as long as the endorsement money proposed by the political party is very huge, chances are higher he would be tempted to go for the money.

This comes at the back of Ghanaian musician King Paluta who recently found himself on the trends table following his appearance with NPP gurus including Dr. Bawumia in a campaign bus in Kumasi.

The incident sparked widespread speculation about his potential endorsement of the NPP, especially with the upcoming 2024 general elections on the rise like stew!

Videos that circulated on social media after the meetup showed Vice President Dr Bawumia, along with other prominent NPP members such as Chairman Wontumi, MP Sarah Adwoa Safo, ET AL.

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However, in a response to these speculations, King Paluta in an interview with MzGee on UTV’s United Showbiz set the record straight.

He clarified that his presence at the campaign event was not indicative of any political allegiance.

According to King Paluta, he was invited by the vice president and as such a revered man, he couldn’t say NO to him.

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Addressing allegations that he accepted financial incentives for his participation, King Paluta challenged critics to identify any wrongdoing in accepting monetary offers.

He emphasized that his decision to honor the invitation required him to fuel his car, suggesting there was no harm in being compensated for logistical expenses. 

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