In the Oforikrom Constituency in the Ashanti region, it is anticipated that Claudia Lumor, the founder of the Glitz Style Awards and editor of Glitz Africa Magazine, would run for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the parliamentary elections.
On social media, a leaflet featuring Madam Lumor displaying her support for the NPP has been going around.
The aforementioned flyer, which expressed dismay at Miss Lumor’s political aspirations, was originally noticed on media personality Bridget Otoo’s Twitter profile, according to Ghanaweb.
“How did I miss this? A ‘neutral’ is standing on the ticket of the NPP. Founder of Glitz magazine and also Organizer of Women Honours,” Bridget posted on Twitter.
The 43-year-old had previously shown interest in running for office in April while visiting the region for Eid-Ul-Fitr. She visited the Muslim community especially, where she stated her intention to help and improve the neighborhood.
“At a certain stage, a good change is ideal to lift a constituency to the much-desired level of development… That is why I am offering myself up for Oforikrom. I am ready to serve the people of Oforikrom and my country.”
Claudia Lumor’s intention to join the NPP has generated debate despite the fact that she has not yet made an official statement.
Claudia joins a slew of celebrities from the entertainment industry who have announced their plans to enter politics, with actors like John Dumelo having already been chosen to represent the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the Ayawaso West Constituency.