New Juaben North NDC parliamentary candidate dies

New Juaben North NDC parliamentary candidate dies

- The NDC Parliamentary candidate has passed away

- Sampson Oti Boateng reportedly died after a short illness

- The incident occurred on Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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The Parliamentary Candidate on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the New Juaben North constituency, Sampson Oti Boateng, has passed away.

He reportedly died on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 after a short illness according to a report filed by

According to the report, he met his untimely death at a hospital in Koforidua.

New Juaben North NDC parliamentary candidate dies

The late Sampson Oti Boateng Source:
Source: UGC can not ascertain what illness exactly caused his untimely death.

He defeated Emmanuel Kwaku Asante, a former MCE, in the party’s primaries in 2019 to become the party’s candidate for the upcoming December 7 parliamentary polls.

He would have gone against the New Patriotic Party’s Kwasi Adjei-Boateng, a Deputy Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, for the seat.

Burkinabe arrested for murdering his German partner & daughter in Kokrobite

NDC had to reschedule the New Juaben North primaries as a result of internal wrangling and had to conduct the exercise only this year.

As a result, the deceased had taken over from Haroun Wiredu Apaw, the 2016 candidate, for barely a month.

In other news, a Burkina Faso national has been apprehended by the Ghana police for taking the life of his partner.

The 43-year-old man is reported to have allegedly murdered his German partner and her 13-year-old daughter.

According to a news report filed by, the suspect, Boigouna Aloys, is believed to have buried their remains secretly in a nearby bush in their house at Kokrobite.

Residents who lived close to the deceased said both the Burkinabe national and German woman had been living together with the daughter of the deceased since January 2020.

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