Most of the musicians who wanted portions in the government didn’t go through the primaries in their different parties. Point in case is Chameleone, Khalifa Aganaga among others. After failing to get the National Unity Platform tickets they decided to join opposing political parties.
This act speaks a lot of volumes. Are they really reliable? Can they even commit?
If they really want to speak for the people, why do they think it should be them in positions and not other people? I mean, they could as well support the person who has won in primaries to go and represent the party.
Most of them throw tantrums when they lose and claim injustice in the party. Just recently, Khalifa decided to join the ruling party after walking out on NUP.
Before qualifying anyone, know what their intentions are. The truth of the matter is their intentions are now very questionable. One thing our musicians should understand is that politics is not a jokers field, not try and error at all. If they can’t commit to their parties, how will they commit to our interests as their voters?
What they don’t know
In plain simple text, these musicians think politics is like music. Just because people dance to your music doesn’t mean they trust you enough to hand over their votes to you.
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