Ghanaian musician Worlasi has disclosed that a film project is more important to him than to vote on 7th December.
7th December is an important date on Ghana’s calendar especially during election year.
Most Ghanaians exercise their right as citizens in voting for leaders of the country.
However, the ‘Comot’ singer in an interview with JoyNews’ Mapitso Sebidi, said a film project he has to undertake with his manager is on 7th December is of a top priority to him.
“Around 7th December, my manager and I are shooting a short film and its rather unfortunate so I will not be able to vote that day.”
When informed that the polls will be opened as earlg as 7am so he can go vote before his film project, he responded:
“We are shooting in a village in koforidua and there are no cars just donkeys so I can’t make it back and vote on time.”
Watch the video below.
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Worlasi has been preparing for his is annual WORLAFEST which comes off on 7th November at Alliance Francaise.