Die-hard NPP man sheds uncontrollable tears; says NPP betrayed him

Die-hard NPP man sheds uncontrollable tears; says NPP betrayed him

- New Patriotic Party (NPP), T.K. Aboagye popularly known as One Man NPP has shed tears, saying he has been betrayed by the NPP

- According to him, the party's bigwigs neglected him after he worked so hard for their victory in 2016

- He said those who never toiled for the party are amassing wealth for themselves while he is still struggling

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A staunch member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), T.K. Aboagye, popularly known as One Man NPP, has shed tears after he revealed that he has been betrayed by the bigwigs of the NPP.

One Man NPP said after working so hard to ensure the victory of the party in the 2016 general elections, he has been neglected by the very people he worked for.

Speaking in an interview on Hot 93.9, he said those who never toiled for the party are amassing wealth for themselves while he was still struggling.

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“God will punish all the NPP bigwigs who used and dumped me… After all, I did to ensure our victory in 2016,those who never worked are now enjoying the fruit of my labour,” he sadly said.
“Most NPP members are very corrupt…they only came into the party to loot and share. When they realise that you don’t conform with their corrupt acts, they then sideline you…After 2020, I will not campaign for NPP.”

Shedding uncontrollable tears to the chagrin of listeners and the host of the show, he accused Member of Parliament of New Juaben, Dr. Mark Assibey-Yeboah of misappropriating funds allocated to him for projects in his constituency.

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In other news, the Apostolic Church Ghana, Adentan Central Assembly, has honoured 100-year-old Mama Mary Kwame aka Adjourni for her unrivalled contribution towards the church during its early formation.

Mama Mary Kwame received a citation from the church in recognition of her ''contribution and selfless dedication'' especially for giving her ''house for the establishment of the Adentan Central Central Assembly.''

YEN.com.gh earlier featured the 100-year-old woman, who now lives at Adenta in Accra, where she shares a room with a granddaughter.

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