Patience Nyarko has advised politicians to desist from using the youth to promote violence before, during and after the November 7 general elections.
The ‘Wafom Kwan’ hit maker, who expressed worry about the way the youth were being used by politicians to promote violence in an interview with DJ Premier on Entertainment Capital on Accra FM last Saturday, suggested that politicians should rather use their children and family to lead any violent act they would intend to embark on instead of using the youth to promote violence.
She urged all politicians and their supporters to engage in peaceful campaigns, adding, “Let us all remember that Ghana’s collective destiny is far more important than the interest of any individual or group.”
Patience Nyarko charged all Ghanaians to endeavour to speak the language of peace in the forthcoming election.
When she was asked whether she is ready to perform on any political platform, the gospel artiste added, “I am not a politician to perform on a political platform. Personally, I am not ready for that, and I will not compose any song for any political party even if I am contracted to do so.”