Politicians are people who can probably never hide in their lives. The media keeps an eye on them as a result of the essential roles they play in every nation and so they are almost always in the news.
In Ghana, however these politicians seem to be missing in action. Nobody really seems to know where they are.
1. Kofi Wayo
Until recently, Kofi Wayo was one of Ghana’s vociferous politicians who would always comment on any issue from politics to entertainment. However, much has not been seen of him lately. The last time Kofi Wayo was in the news was when he came out to attack the current government on the increase of the prices of fuel.
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2. Victoria Hammah
After resigning from the Mahama-led administration over a leaked conversation that suggested that he wanted to embezzle a huge sum of money and leave politics, Victoria Hammah has been off the scene for a while. Her last appearance in the news was linked to a comment she made that she needed an energetic boyfriend.
3. Hassan Ayariga
Hassan Ayariga, popularly known by many Ghanaians as ‘Ayaricough’ has been quiet for sometime now. Could it be that the politician and founder of the All People’s Party may be pursuing other dreams?
4. Nana Oye Lithur
Nana Oye Lithur was very active during the Atta Mills administration. Not only was she the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection but was also a staunch advocate for human rights, especially, the rights of women. Nana Oye Lithur faced a lot of backlash from Ghanaians in 2011 when she said argued that gay rights must be respected.
4. Akua Donkor
It probably looks like the New Patriotic Party government is not paying attention to Akua Donkor. She was always in the news prior to the 2016 presidential elections but it seems Ghanaians have had enough from her. She is simply missing in action.
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