There have been countless times that candidates in elections have been accused of vote buying by providing certain incentives to their electorates
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A classical example is that of this man by name, Baba Barusso, who had promised his electorates one bag of rice and one chicken should they vote for him.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Nana Aba Anamoah's Instagram drew a lot of laughter and sarcastic comments
Fans of Nana Aba could not remain calm when they saw this post
@emiral_ventures said she needs to vote for him
"I need to vote for this guy"
@lumorviabraham said that this is their national anthem
"Oh Nana Aba hmmm that's their national anthemooo, but I think one goat one cassava won't be bad."
@nanah.adwoa said Ghanaians play too much
"Ghanaians play too much oooo"
@garby203 sarcastically said One waakye One wele
"One Waakye, One Wele"
@event_made_simple said he hasn't even picked a form
"He hasn’t even picked a form"
@sedinamakosua was super surprised
"Just when I thought I have seen it all"
In other news, the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah who has been fond of criticizing the government has come out to speak about the double-track system recently.
The most surprising part was a statement he made on Okay FM's 'Ade Akye Abia' Morning show when he suggested that the mediocre education that high school students are experiencing currently is worse off than choosing to be an illiterate.
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