Lil Win has responded to his detractors who have written off his political ambitions due to his inability to speak English well.
According to the renowned Kumawood entertainer and actor, he will address his audience in Twi and, if required, have it translated.
He thinks the importance of his ideas and services to society, especially to his constituency, outweighs any possible language barriers.
He said that “We use common sense to speak English,” underscoring the idea that common sense is greater than the English language.
Speaking in an interview with ace blogger Nkonkonsa in Cape Coast, the Chief Executive Officer of Weezy Empire and Great Minds International School asserted that, “I am ever ready to assist the youth of my constituency with job creation…nobody is lazy, but because there are no jobs, that is why the youth have become lazy
Lilwin continued by saying, “Very soon, Afigya Kwabre independent MPs, rich people, and business people have come forward to support my bid. We are ready, and my campaign manager is.Kwame Nkrumah Tikesee of Okay FM, so if there is anything you can contact him.
“Excuse me to say, common sense is bigger than English. We use common sense to speak English, so if I don’t understand English, I will speak Twi for it to be translated, like what the Chinese do, especially their president.”
The actor declared his intention to contest the Afigya Kwabre South seat for the Ashanti region as an independent candidate in the 2024 general elections.
The New Patriotic Party’s William Owuraku Aidoo currently represents the constituency as a member of parliament. Kwadwo Nkansah, a musician and comedian, claims that he is running in response to numerous appeals from traditional leaders and voters who have expressed faith in his ability to represent the constituency.