Sekou Nkrumah, the son of Ghana’s first President, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, has waded into the conversation on decency which is on the trending list on social media.
Ghana’s social media landscape has seen the biggest ‘ beef’ among female celebrities in the past few weeks.
The banter between the two female celebs, namely Mzbel and Tracey Boakye has ‘giving birth’ to a new term ‘Papa No’ which is already gaining popularity on social media.
The ‘Papa No’ catchphrase is the new name used in addressing the mysterious sugar daddy who is the epicentre of the strife between Mzbel and Tracey Boakye.
Who is this Papa No? this is the question netizens are yearning to get an answer to. It is alleged that this unknown man is a high profile personality in Ghana.
Amid their banter over Papa No, names like ex-president Mahama has popped up as one of the persons who have something doing with the embattled slay queens who parade themselves as celebrities.
Since John Mahama’s name was mentioned in connection with the Tracey Boakye-Mzbel brouhaha, it has opened the NDC to ridicule on social media.
They say leaders in the NDC party are only good at taking down pants of women as they have nothing better to offer Ghana.
Supporters of both major parties have been releasing some uncompromising images and videos of some high profile personalities in the camps of their political opponents.
In the wake of this uproar, Sekou Nkrumah has joined in with his own analysis betwixt Nana Addo and John Mahama who are the faces of the two big political parties in Ghana.
According to him, he thinks Nana Addo will always lead when it comes to womanizing as compared to John Dramani Mahama.
In a Facebook post, Ghana’s first president’s son mentioned that it is in bad taste to put Nana Addo and John Mahama in bad light concerning their womanizing ways.
He wrote this on Facebook;