Former IGP’s secretary claims Pito vanished in constituency after his victory

Former IGP’s secretary claims Pito vanished in constituency after his victory

- Former Executive Secretary to former IGP has revealed that his win has brought a shortage of local beer popularly known as ‘Pito’ in the Wa West constituency

- He said this happened when he won against veteran politician and former Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Joseph Yieleh Chireh

- Supt. Tuubo retired voluntarily from the Police Service in May 2019 to contest as a Parliamentary candidate for the NDC in Wa West

The former Executive Secretary to former Inspector-General of Police, David Asante-Apeatu, Peter Lanchene Tuubo, has revealed that his victory in the just ended primaries of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), brought about a shortage of local beer popularly known as ‘Pito’ in the Wa West constituency.

The retired senior police officer beat veteran politician and former Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Joseph Yieleh Chireh to represent the NDC in 2020.

He made this known while speaking on Happy FM’s ‘Epa Hoa Daben’ show with Kwame Afrifa-Mensah.

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“Pito has become scarce in the Wa West constituency because of my victory over Yieleh Chireh. Everyone is in a jubilant mood, and pito is what they use to jubilate,” he said.

Supt. Tuubo retired voluntarily from the Police Service in May this year to contest as a parliamentary candidate for the NDC in Wa West.

Supt. Tuubo is fondly remembered for his infamous presentation on corruption within the police service, and how the public perceives personnel of the service which went viral on various social media platforms.

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In other news, the Textiles Workers Union have opined that the alleged importation of the new uniforms introduced by the Ghana Education Service makes no sense at all.

According to reports, the fabrics meant for the new uniform, were already on the market although the GES has not officially made them available.

Speaking in an interview with the Daily Graphic, the General Secretary of the Textiles Workers Union, Abraham Koomson, said the decision of government on the issue trashes its message of creating jobs for the youth.

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