Allotey Jacobs lists his favorite Ghanaian Musicians in a new video

Allotey Jacobs, a social media commentator, has shown that he is indeed well-versed in non-political events in the world by listing his favorite musicians in the region.

Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy are two of the most famous dancehall artists, according to the former NDC Central Regional Chairman.

peaking to Happy FM’s Don Prah on the “Epa Hoa Daben” show, he revealed that he is a big fan of Shatta Wale’s “Melissa” hitmaker.

“As for Shatta, he is my son. When he comes to Cape Coast, he sleeps at my hotel. I love him so much he is extraordinary. He and Stonebwoy have a voice similar because they are cousins”, he said.

Sarkodie and Kofi Kinaata, both rap sensations, were named as great rappers of all time to round out his list.

“I love Sarkodie’s music and his rap. And he is one of the best. When it comes to my area, I love Kofi Kinaata”.

Meanwhile, he has compared the late Ebony Reigns to American singer Beyonce, calling her “sexy.”

“The difference between Ebony and Beyonce is that she is dark in complexion and Beyonce is dark brown”, he added.

Recall:

Bernard Allotey Jacobs, the Central Regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), has been fired from the party.

The party’s disciplinary committee finds Mr Jacobs guilty of accusations of corruption and anti-party behaviour, according to a press release signed by General Secretary Johnson Aseidu Nketia.

“The Committee’s report, which is attached for your review, found you guilty of the aforementioned allegations of misconduct and anti-party conduct, and recommended, among other things, that you be expelled from the party immediately.

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“In accordance with article 48(1) of the NDC Constitution, the Functional Executive Committee unanimously adopted the report and accepts fully its recommendation for your immediate expulsion from the party,” the statement read.

The party has claimed that Mr. Jacobs is no longer recognized as a member of the party and that he cannot keep himself out as such, and that he must return all party property in his custody.

In response to the party’s comment, Mr Allotey Jacobs said that he had “already left the party” before the letter arrived. He went on to say that the NDC’s General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, and the FEC are “living in a fantasy.”

Meanwhile, Mr. Allotey Jacobs was expelled from the NDC in 2020 for “persistent anti-party conduct,” according to the party.