Famous Ghanaian satirist Kwaku Sintim-Misa, popularly known as KSM has stated emphatically that the erstwhile Kufuor administration disappointed him.
He said although he worked closely with the New Patriotic Party when he returned to Ghana after his long stay abroad, the administration failed to meet his expectations at some point in time.
Speaking on the Morning Starr with host Nii Arday Clegg on Thursday, KSM, however, denied claims that he has transitioned from the NPP to the ruling NDC.
“When I came to Ghana I wanted something to do and my brother who was a very active NPP guy took me in and I did a lot of work for the NPP. At one point, I was the liaison for the NPP, I did a lot of voiceovers for them. I use to take their adverts to the GTV.
“….At some point, and I can’t say that on radio; I became a little bit disappointed in the NPP. The taste disappointed me and it got me a little bit distant….but it doesn’t matter now,” he stated.
KSM also disclosed that he has worked closely with the NDC since the party consulted him on their branding and communications at some point in time.
“The NDC also approached me on certain aspect of their packaging and as a professional, I did it for them”.