Singer Mzbel has expressed disappointment in the leading opposition party, NDC, the party she campaigned for, for neglecting her after she had an accident weeks ago.
In a Facebook post, Mzbel disclosed that members or executives of the National Democratic Congress, NDC has neither called nor visited her after she was involved in an accident at the beach.
According to the “16 years” hitmaker, she risked her life and career for the party prior to the 2016 general election but they look unconcern when she needs them now the most.
In the post, Mzbel expressed shock to see Honourable Tina Mensah, the NPP Member of Parliament for the Weija-Gbawe Constituency who she campaigned against during the previous election and other NPP members visit her at home.
Mzbel also continued that many of the NDC supporters and executives would have thronged to her funeral to make pledges if she had died as a result of the accident.
“For the love of my political party NDC, I offended a lot of people, jeopardised my career and was verbally abused, but that didn’t deter me to keep fighting for what I believed in.
It’s sad that I’m temporarily stuck in bed now due to a minor accident and not even a phone call or text message from any of the people I genuinely supported, to wish me well… And the amazing fact is that Honourable Tina Mensah, mother for my constituency, the woman I strongly campaigned against rather visited me yesterday when she heard about the accident.
I am learning my lessons and I’d also want to appreciate madam MP for the love and care, even though we were on different sides, God bless you… You are just too real ??*Teary Eyes*
If I had died, the story would have been different with big speeches and donations… Oh my people!” Mzbel wrote on Facebook early Monday.
Mzbel was involved in a motor accident at a beach in Accra when having fun with a friend whose name is only known as MzGodiva. The two were riding a quad bike when the friend’s machine hit Mzbel’s. The mother of one’s quad bike somersaulted and was immediately rushed to the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.