- The former Adentan MP is saying he is now going round with his resume looking for job
- Ashie Moore says he and his colleagues are facing serious challenges to provide for their dependents
Former National Democratic Congress (NDC), Member of Parliament for Adentan constituency, Nii Ashie Moore has confessed that he and his colleagues who lost their bid to parliament 2016 are now hungry.
According to the MP, life is becoming more difficult for many of the failed parliamentarians because they are unemployed.
Speaking on Accra-based Asempa FM on Friday, Ashie Moore revealed that he has now put together his resume going on job hunting.
“Some of us who lost the elections are very hungry…I am still going about with my resume looking for employment,” the former MP told the host.
Ashie Moore disclosed that barely eleven months after losing elections, he is already facing challenges in meeting the needs of his numerous dependents.
The former MP lamented that some of these dependents are mostly persons he was taking care of while his party was in power.
The NDC lost 48 seats in the 2016 elections, with about 17 seats in the Greater Accra and the Central Regions alone.
Ashie Moore who lost the NDC primaries in 2016 also expressed shock that the 10 regional chairmen of the party, are engaging in acts that would further divide the NDC.
“NDC lost 2016 elections because some people always lied to President Mahama. The old man was not told the truth by some people, and others were also singing tunes they felt he wanted to hear,” he said.
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