Wanlov the Kubolor, has said that he will not endorse any political party.
He said this on Citi TV’s lifestyle variety show, Upside Down on Saturday.
“Never! I’m not interested in that kind of change. I don’t think we can change from the inside because the system is designed to benefit the corporations. It is designed to look out for the big companies and not the people,” he told hosts Ato Kwamina and Frema Adunyame.
Wanlov also stressed that he is worried about the spate of aggressiveness in our political system in the round up to the 2020 general elections.
“I’m worried, it just seems to be getting more and more aggressive. I don’t remember people getting hit over the head and people shooting guns and stuff,” he said.
He expressed worry over people engaging in all manner of activities in their quest to win power.
“The last elections on this level. Acid pouring on people and all these kinds of things going on make me worried,” he added.
Wanlov the Kubolor is widely acclaimed for his debut album ‘Green Card’ released in late 2007 when he returned to Ghana after 7 years of his stay in the United State of America.