Ghanaians wonder what Samuel Ayeh-Paye is looking at in the way of Adwoa Sarfo

Ghanaians wonder what Samuel Ayeh-Paye is looking at in the way of Adwoa Sarfo

- The sideways glance for another MP in the way of Adwoa Sarfo is a curious one according to social media users

- The MP, Samuel Ayeh-Paye, is the representative for the people of Ayensuano in the Eatern Region

Tongues are wagging over a photo showing the MP for Ayensuano, Mr Samuel Ayeh-Paye appearing to cast a sideways glance in the way of another MP, Ms Adwoa Sarfo, who represents Dome-Kwabenya.

The occasion was the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) national congress at Koforidua, where executives of different levels of the party converged to elect the party's national excutives about a fortnight agao.

It is not clear whose camp released the photo however, the copy in the possession of YEN.com.gh has been watermarked to Ms Adwoa Sarfo.

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As always, the task of explaining what Mr Ayeh-Paye was really looking at fell on social media users.

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Ms Adwoa Sarfo, looking to her left. Mr Ayeh-Paye, in cap and smock. Photo credit: Mynewsgh.com

While some believe that the MP for Ayensuano was looking at whom Ms Sarfo was voting for, others believe he was looking at more than that.

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Some are even willing to grant that Mr Ayeh-Paye was caught by the cameras at the most unfortunate time. They say he could have been innocently looking at and thinking about something else.

Neither member of parliament has said anything about the photo at the time of going to press.

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The interpretations of Ghanaians could be as many as the people who have seen the photo. It remains to be seen if the MPs themselves would clarify matters here before perceptions become the reality.

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