Hiplife musician Barima Sidney says he made enough money campaigning for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in 2016 so he has no regrets supporting them.
In an interview on Rainbow Radio, the musician stated that the NPP has done its best since it came to power and has fulfilled the majority of its campaign policies.
He gave accolades to the government for the establishment of the Creative Arts Council which he said had the potential of transforming the creative arts industry.
Barima Sidney further lauded the government for initiating the Free SHS because it is a great opportunity for the poor to access secondary education.
Asked if he’ll still campaign for the NPP in the 2020 election, the musician answered that it was too early for that decision but had regretted campaigning for them.
The “Africa Money” artiste also revealed that he had invested the money he made from campaigning for the NPP into several fruitful businesses.
He disclosed that he currently owns a pineapple farm.