Mr. Beautiful

Mr. Beautiful lauds NDC, criticizes NPP leadership, supporters over poor governance

Popular Ghanaian actor Clement Bonney, widely known as Mr. Beautiful, recently shared his disappointment with President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) leadership.

The actor expressed his concerns about what he perceives as the NPP’s failure to deliver on its promises and adequately support its supporters.

In a bold move, Mr. Beautiful also criticized fellow actors Kalybos and Agya Koo, who have openly aligned themselves with the NPP. He suggested that if he were in their shoes, he would feel too ashamed to show his face in public due to the lack of substantial progress during the NPP’s tenure.

“It has been 8 years, what do they have to show for it?” Mr. Beautiful questioned, highlighting the need for tangible results and meaningful advancements.

Despite facing backlash for his support of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr. Beautiful remains firm in his political allegiance. He emphasized that he would make the same decision again without hesitation or regret, as it empowered others to openly express their political beliefs.

Commending individuals, especially in the Ashanti Region, who have shifted their support from the NPP to the NDC, Mr. Beautiful argued that given the current state of the Ghanaian economy, they have made a wise choice. He encouraged others to consider the reality of the situation and make informed decisions for the benefit of the country.

Mr. Beautiful’s outspoken criticism and unwavering political stance have sparked discussions about accountability, progress, and the role of celebrities in shaping public opinion and political discourse in Ghana.