On the wheels of a recent video, one can confidently say that most Ghanaian politicians have no boundaries and are poised to do anything for votes or win the hearts of voters.
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National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Tano North, Pius Opoku, was captured stirring and preparing banku for his constituents.
A video of the aspiring MP has gone viral since it popped up online and some Ghanaians have said that politicians seem to think or believe the voter is swayed by their populace acts.
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On the contrary, electorates have become discerning over the years and will not fall for the gimmicks of politicians.
Ghanaians have become increasingly aware that their vote is their power and they make politicians ‘sweat’ for it.
Perhaps, the reason the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary candidate for Tano North, Pius Opoku, decided to show off his cooking skills by stirring banku for his constituents.
Undoubtedly, politicians will do whatever they can to secure their votes, even it means cooking, cleaning, collecting rubbish or recently weeding for the electorates.
Watch video below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported how in a heart-warming moment, popular Ghanaian Vlogger, Wode Maya, surprised his mother with a brand new car as Christmas gift.
The controversial Ghanaian vlogger decided to go beyond expressing mere words to his mother by gifting her a new car.
A video of the surprise gift to his mum was posted on his Youtube channel which has nearly 298k subscribers. In the video, Wode Maya took his followers back to Ahekofi, his native town where he was born and grew up.
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