Media personality, Kwame Afrifa-Mensah, formerly known as Ntoatoahene, is well known for his outspokenness and his willingness to take on issues and personalities others would rather avoid.
And it is the same blunt talk he is hoping will help him take his radio career to higher heights.
Kwame Afrifa, who is also an actor, had been an entertainment show host for many years on TV until he decided that he wanted to be taken more seriously and switched to politics with the show, Epa Hoa, Da Ben on Happy FM.
In the short time he has been on radio, he believes he has made the right decision judging from the impact the show is making.
And with a vision to be an advocate for the masses, he told Showbiz in an interview recently that he is ready to die for Ghanaians to know the truth about issues.
Since he started, he has treated some controversial topics which have not gone down well with politicians but he is defiant saying he is not in to please politicians but speak for the people.
“I want to be the voice for the voiceless hence the reason I descend on any politician who is corrupt. I don’t care the outcome of my utterances when it comes to me getting the truth out,” he said.
On whether he has ever been influenced by a politician or anybody to kill a story, Kwame Afrifa, on whose show the Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidoho, spoke about a civil coup and landed in trouble with the police, revealed he will never be bribed.