- A New Patriotic Party parliamentary aspirant, Elisha Debrah Odoom, has surprised delegates at the just-ended primaries
- He earlier intended to donate 11 cars to the party but changed his mind when he lost the election
- Odoom obtained 67 votes and the winner, Rashid Kwesi Etuaful, obtained 411 votes
YEN.com.gh has learned that Elisha Debrah Odoom, who contested for the just-ended New Patriotic Party (NPP) polls for the Ajumako Enyam Essiam seat in Parliament, has reneged on a promise.
Information available shows that he promised to donate 11 cars to the constituency office of the party if he won the primaries.
10 of the cars were to be distributed to the 10 zones in the constituency and the final one given to the constituency office itself.
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He, however, loaded all the vehicles on a trailer and instructed that they should be driven to his residence after he lost the election to Rashid Kwesi Etuaful.
Per a report by kasapaonline.com, Odoom secured 67 votes as against Etuaful who attained 411 of the votes.
The delegates reportedly expressed surprise at his action as they believed he could have at least given one of the cars to the party to show his love for it.
In other news, a video of a man who allegedly reads minds has caused a stir on social media.
In the video, the man, who is yet to be identified, asked another man, known as Kwasi Aboagye, to search for something online.
Aboagye’s search results are displayed to a camera but are not seen by the man performing the act.
The man then requests for another phone with which he tries to look for the same thing Aboagye searched.
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