- The MP-elect for Assin Central has admonished youth loyal to the NDC not to go out to protest
- According to him, such protestors should compare themselves to the children of Mahama whenever anyone asks them to do anything untoward
- Some NDC sympathizers have vowed to protest until EC listens to their pleas
The Member of Parliament-elect for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has told NDC party faithful to act wisely when they are asked by the party to hit the streets to protest.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on celebritiesbuzz, the lawmaker said the supporters when asked to protest should compare their skins to those of Mahama’s kids before taking any step.
He went on to ask such staunch party supporters to weigh how much they will receive at the end of the day after they have caused unrest in the country and see if the amount is worth the stress.
“How much did Mahama give you that you will risk your life because of him. Look at Mahama’s children and look at those demonstrating, you will see that they are sick," the MP reportedly said on Net 2 TV
Kennedy Agyapong then advised that anytime the youth who are loyal to the NDC are incited to hit the streets to protest and fight, they should tell the party leaders to bring their children to lead such protests.
Moving away from protests, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the current Member of Parliament-elect for Madina Constituency, Lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu has shared his inspiring story of how he scaled over hurdles in life.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the new entrant into parliament, recounted how he had to struggle through life while squatting at the Malata Market in Accra.
He revealed how he had to push trucks and "sell everything sellable" just to be able to get some money to get by in life.
According to the NDC MP for Madina, even when he was elected as the Boys' Prefect of St John's Grammar Senior High School, he had to walk for miles to beg for money to be able to get to school.
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