Residents go 'crazy'; chase Ghanaian MP from town-hall meeting in 'Rambo' style (Video)

Residents go 'crazy'; chase Ghanaian MP from town-hall meeting in 'Rambo' style (Video)

- Residents of Savelugu in the Northern region, have been captured in a video in which they appeared quite peeved

- The video shows constituents chasing their Member of Parliament, Hon. Mohammed Samed-Gunu from a meeting

- Reports say they chased the MP away over failed campaign promises

A video has emerged of some residents at Savelugu constituency angrily chasing out their Member of Parliament, Hon. Mohammed Samed-Gunu, from a town-hall meeting.

Constituents allegedly chased out the Member of Parliament for Savelugu constituency over ''failed campaign promises''.

YEN.com.gh first sighted the video when it was shared in a popular Facebook group.

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While the video is yet to be confirmed, it has gained quite some traction online with some condemning the act and others calling on the youth to employ diplomatic measures to address their grievances.

Meanwhile, of what has become popular as Ghana’s most 'powerful' deity, the Nogokpo shrine, evokes fear and leaves many skins crawling with shivers at the mere mention of the name. Despite being shrouded in mystery, Nogokpo, is a small village in the Volta region, Ghana, and connotes ''stay in peace''.

However, peace does not mean freedom; one cannot access the entire township freely because there are areas that individuals are not permitted to access wearing either shoes or sandals.

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