Rapper Okyeame Kwame says a career in politics may be on the horizon for him.
“I have studied, I have worked in the industry for 23 years consistently, I have a master’s degree, I’m still pursuing my education. What will I do with it all that knowledge and all that experience?
“I must get to a point where I share it with younger people and the best place to share it with is at that place where policy is made, that place where implementations are made.”
Okyeame Kwame, however, believes that he can equally contribute to the development of the nation without necessarily jumping into the political fray.
For now, he does that by what he terms as “role modelism”.
“I try to contribute through the concept of ‘role-modelism’ where if I want people to wear made in Ghana, I wear made in Ghana.
“If I want people to make decent music, I make decent music. If I want people to be nationalistic, I behave in a nationalistic way.”
“I keep getting knowledge, I keep getting experience and however I must share it I will,” the Made in Ghana hitmaker added.