First photo of Obour after losing primaries draws reactions from fans

First photo of Obour after losing primaries draws reactions from fans

- A new photo of Obour has fans saying he has reduced in weight

- He was advertising shito in the photo

- One person observed that Obour’s “belly has even reduced”

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A new photo of the former president for the Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) has caused a stir on social media.

It is the first photo of Obour since he lost the NPP parliamentary primaries a few weeks ago.

Obour, who is known to have a thick body and protruding belly, looked changed and slimmer in the photo.

First photo of Obour after losing primaries draws reactions from fans

Photo source: Instagram/Obour
Source: Facebook

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He was advertising a package of shito belonging to one entrepreneur.

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Some fans who have reacted to the photo have observed that Obour has lost weight in all parts of his body with his belly reduced.

Others commented that he was heartbroken because of how the delegates treated him at the elections.

Tessa, for instance, said Obour’s potbelly was no longer there:

1_tessa: “His potbelly has even reduced.”

Sark also attributed Obour’s looks to the decision by the delegates:

sarknation_ba: “Tweaaa fear delegates.”

Tokoli also was of the view that Obour was heartbroken:

tokolibismackofficial: “Matters of the heart.”

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Obour lost by 68 votes to the incumbent, Boateng, who garnered a total of 364 votes while Obour pulled 296 votes.

They were contesting for the Asante-Akyem South parliamentary seat on the ticket of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Obour attributed his loss to his political inexperience, stressing that the winner was more experienced than him.

Obour said he was going to work hard and bounce back harder in the next election and ensure that he wins.

He, however, pledged his support for Boateng.

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