Fact check: Ignore planted ‘skirt and blouse’ posters of Dr. Anyars

Fact check: Ignore planted ‘skirt and blouse’ posters of Dr. Anyars

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for Tamale Central, Dr. Ibrahim Anyars denied being behind a ‘skirt and blouse’ poster making round on social media.

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The said poster sort to suggest the NPP parliamentary candidate was campaigning for the NDC’s presidential candidate John Dramani Mahama, as well as himself.

But the NPP Tamale Central candidate has categorically denied the claim on the poster, describing it as fake.

Fact check: Ignore planted ‘skirt and blouse’ posters of Dr. Anyars

The fake poster circulating on social media. Source: Facebook/Dr Anyars
Source: Facebook

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YEN.com.gh fact check can confirm that the photos on the said poster are fake and should be treated as such.

Our investigations revealed that the poster is from the 2016 campaign season when the NDC kicked against the candidature of Murtala Mohammed and called for the retention of President Mahama but a change in the parliamentary.

Another key thing to note is that the photo on the poster is not what John Mahama is using for his 2020 campaign posters.

I want to place it on record that a similar banner with Murtala and President Akufo-Addo has emerged indicating yet another skirt and blouse and these are the works of some faceless groups setting the stage for some agenda,” Dr. Anyars noted.

Fact check: Ignore planted ‘skirt and blouse’ posters of Dr. Anyars

Dr Anyars Ibrahim the CEO of Nation Builders Corps Programme (NABCO). Source: Facebook/Dr. Anyars Ibrahim
Source: Facebook

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The CEO of the Nation Builders Corps Programme (NABCO) further assured the NPP party members and loyalists of his unflinching support for Nana Akufo-Addo and the party.

I remain committed to the NPP and Nana Akufo-Addo’s course for victory and I would like to use this opportunity to reassure party members that these are fake images and they should be ignored.

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The Free SHS policy was introduced in September 2017 when the New Patriotic Party (NPP) came into office.

It was the then-candidate Nana Akufo-Addo’s flagship promise to Ghanaians. So shortly after he won the 2016 elections, it was implemented.

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