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Moment Sick NPP Delegates Was Carried To Polling Station To Vote

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Moment Sick NPP Delegates Was Carried To Polling Station To Vote

The NPP Delegates just ended, and as expected, big surprises came through – including one that saw former MP for Dome Kwabena, Sarah Adwoa Safo losing to Prof Mike Oquaye’s son.

Before that, videos from the delegates saw moments when unwell NPP delegates were mostly carried on to vote at the polls.

This is after three separate videos from three separate constituencies in the ongoing parliamentary primaries of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) showed the demoralizing state of poor health conditions of these two elderly persons when they showed up to participate in the voting exercise.

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In one of the videos, a 67-year-old woman, Agnes Aryeetey, looking like a stroke-stricken patient, told a TV3 reporter that she has been a delegate for 10 years and that she came out to vote because ‘God’ had found a job for her daughter (who was helping her move around).

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