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Go and win Adenta Seat-Bawumia’s boy Annoh Dompreh to Yaw Buaben Asamoah  …..After Bawumia sponsoring his Brother-In-Law to win the seat from the Npp.


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The Npp MP for Nsawam Adoagyiri who is also the Chief Whip and an avowed supporter of the Vice President’s bid to win the Npp flagbearership race, Hon. Annoh Dompteh, has asked Yaw Buaben Asamoah,the former MP for Adenta as well as the former communication director to go and win the Adenta seat if he is serious.

The Adenta seat which was won by Yaw Buaben Asamoah in 2016 as an opposition candidate in one of the fiercely contested elections in recent times was snatched back from the Npp by one Mohammed Adamu Ramadan who happens to be the Brother-In-Law of the Vice President.

The statement made by Annoh Dompreh to the effect that Buaben should go and win the Adenta seat has rekindled the long held view by many Npp supporters and political analysts who thought that Yaw Buaben Asamoah lost the parliamentary elections of 2020 purely on the basis that his opponent had more resources than him.Political watchers believe that the huge resources that were at the disposal of the brother-in-law was provided by the Vice President.

The arrogant manner in which the Nsawam Adoagyiri MP asked the former communication director of the Npp to go back for the Adenta seat if he is to be seen as serious has further elevated the suspicions that many had in the past that the vice president deliberately financed his brother-in-law to unseat the Npp MP.

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