Central region-based gospel singer, evangelist I.K Aning has revealed that NDC and Mahama have paid him for sampling his “Bobolebobo” song.
Somewhere last year a political version of I.K Aning’s Bobolebobo popped up and it went viral but we didn’t get to know the agreement between Mahama’s NDC and the gospel singer.
Reacting to this in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central’s drive time, the Bobolebobo said he has been paid.
“It’s part of the work. God gave me talent to entertain Ghanaians and also win souls for His kingdom. My work is to do good music that will make people repent. So if any political party takes the song without my knowledge and I asked them to help God’s work am I wrong ? We sat down and they gave me what I’m supposed to get so the case is over”, he clarified.
Bobolebobo has been nominated in this year’s VGMA and it’s the only gospel song in the “most popular song” category.