Photo of man holding sign and asking for money or else he'd vote for Mahama pops up

Photo of man holding sign and asking for money or else he'd vote for Mahama pops up

- A young man has been seen in town with a placard asking for money

- According to the man, he was going to vote for John Mahama if he was not compensated with money

- Ghanaians would go to the polls on Monday, December 7, 2020, to choose leaders for the nation

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A photo that is currently going viral online has shown a young man holding a sign up asking to be given money or cast the December 7, 2020, vote for NDC's John Mahama.

In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man appeared to be standing around the popular Osu roundabout with the placard in his hand.

The neatly-dressed young man was also seen observing the COVID-19 protocols as he was in a nose mask.

Photo of man holding sign and asking for money or else he'd vote for Mahama pops up

John Mahama. Source: Facebook/John Dramani Mahama
Source: Facebook

He was seen wearing a white T-Shirt over a pair of trainers and some sneakers as he held his placard up with all seriousness.

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The placard read: "Give me money or I will vote for John Mahama. I swear!"

It appears the young man picked the strategic spot to display his sign because that roundabout is a very busy one and leads to so many destinations.

The young man was probably putting up the sign with the hopes of being seen by an NPP sympathizer who would hearken to his plea and give him some money.

The photo appeared to have been taken by a road user who was left in shock following the rather bizarre placard that the young man had up.

In a similar piece of news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Madam Evelyn Akosua, a mother of three children who was forcefully evicted from her rented apartment by her landlord has received some financial support.

According to a Facebook account handled by Kweku Piesie Boamah, Evelyn received much-needed financial aid from Roni Nicol, the deputy CEO of the State Housing Company (SHC).

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Roni Nicol is said to have donated the money to the mother of three after he heard of her plight and got touched by it.

The story has it that Madam Evelyn Akosua declared her support for the NPP and their flagship Free SHS policy which did not go down well with her landlord who is reported to be an NDC supporter.

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