Obour’s attempt to become a Member of Parliament is not gathering support from his own fellow musicians.
First Criss Waddle and now D-Black have both blasted Obour, lambasting his tenure of MUSIGA head as corrupt and unaccountable.
Waddle started the sh*t on Obour campaign with a post earlier today slamming his tenure as MUSIGA boss.
He said Obour had been corrupt, only fed his stomach during his tenure and did nothing for musicians.
He added that he does not deserve to be voted for as an MP.
D-Black has piled on, expressing similar sentiments about the veteran singer born Bice Osei Kuffour.
If Obour wants to become the NPP Parliamentary candidate for Asante Akyem South, he would soon have to find a way to address the concerns of other musicians because if this continues it would become a trend and seriously hinder his already slim chances.