Bounty Killer’s Service Wanted By Jamaican Political Party Whose Leader Says He Should Be A National Hero

Monday, December 18, 2023, 11:47 AM GMT-5

Dancehall veteran Bounty Killer has been presented with a position in a relatively newly formed political party, Kudagian Revolutionary Vision (KRV).

This development comes after the artiste expressed his disdain and frustration towards the two major political parties in the country. Known for his outspoken nature and criticism of societal issues, Bounty Killer’s potential involvement in politics has sparked intrigue and excitement among the hierarchy of the KRV.

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According to the President of the KRV, Andrew Donahue, with Bounty’s immense influence and strong voice, Bounty Killer has the power to impact Jamaican youths’ lives and the political scene significantly.

Donahue went on to say that the man dubbed ‘The Poor People Governor’ should also be a national hero based on his fearlessness and capacity to speak against the powers that be.

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Donahue outlined his plans for the artiste if he was to take up the offer by stating, “We want Bounty Killer to be on our team as a spokesperson because we believe that he’s a strong voice, a true inspiration and a strong male leader, and this country needs strong men to influence our youths.”

he continued, “It’s not about me, it’s about the country, and we need to get those leaders who are passionate about Jamaica, just like Bounty, to step up, step in and fix this country and make it great.”

The president made the revelation in a recent interview with The Star; he also announced plans to invest in music and culture. According to the party’s leader, if Bounty was a part of his team, it would provide the influence needed to drive and guide the undertaking.

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