All of us know that Nana Appiah Mensah is a man with vision who has his eyes set on achieving something really significant for himself and the country at large.
His NAM Mission project, which serves as a charity arm for his multi-million dollar business, has endeared him to communities and every day, people who have benefited from or stand a chance of benefiting from it.
So much so that a group of young people in Kasoa in the Central Region have started their own campaign to get Nana Appiah Mensah to run for a parliamentary seat in the area.
They have reportedly started sharing stickers and other campaign merchandise in a bid to get Nana Appiah Mensah to run in their constituency.
But in an Instagram post a little over an hour ago, Nana Appiah Mensah respectively turned down the request from the energetic and self-financed youth group.
“I appreciate the call but, I am not enthused about a legislative house member status now. I am committed to creating One Million decent jobs in Ghana within 5 years. Let’s keep our gaze on that and that only,” he said on Instagram.
The 2020 campaign season will be in full force soon. But there is still time for him to change his mind…
Or maybe after the 5 years is over, he might run for a political office in the 2024 general elections.
Note that his statement didn’t specifically turn down any future possibility of going into politics.
We will be here for this, NAM1…