"Consider my Talent over my physical disabilities" - King Solo

What does physical mobility have to do with one’s own capacity to lead or to represent people? Sadly, this sort of prejudice against persons with some form of disability or physical challenge is uncomfortably widespread.

 Many voters would be reluctant to vote for a candidate who is blind or physically challenged, wrongly believing that this would affect that person’s ability to provide effective representation and leadership.

Solomon Tekpertey is a physically challenged upcoming gospel musician who was born at Oboasi but raised in Koforidua.

He is currently embarking on a radio tour to promote his new single dubbed 'Mame Nyansa' (Give Me Wisdom). He has also used every platform he mount to advocate for the well-being of peoples with disability.

In an interview with Londona Nie on Kingdom FM, King Solo hinted that it's time to burry all outmoded and discriminatory attitude against personalities with physical challenges.

He said,
"it is totally unacceptable from persons in national leadership or ordinary citizens to discriminate and reject people with physical challenges. Disability is definitely not inability".

He continued by pleading with the public to embrace peoples with disabilities and show them massive love were necessary. He believed that is the only way they can feel part of the country.

He also suggested to the leadership of the Disability Associations to avoid selfishness and work on how they can sustain unity and growth among it members.

King Solo started  music at his early ages and finds his biggest inspiration in music from Rev. Yabbs.
His choice of doing gospel music isn't for financial stability or favour from men but for the will of God to prevail.

'Mame Nyansa' is out on all platforms. Download and Share to contribute your part in the musical career of the young and Highly favoured gospel act.

Source: eagleeyemediagh.com

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