Politics have been described and discussed by many as a dirty game due to the tricks most of these politicians play just to win power.
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Despite the stress and work that comes with being a member of parliament, most of these individuals have wives that support them along every step of the way.
It is said that, behind every successful man is a woman.
YEN.com.gh believes that these wonderful women play a vital role behind the scenes to ensure their husbands win or retain power.
In view of this, YEN.com.gh has compiled the list of five top NDC MP's wives who are flawlessly gorgeous and are giving all their support to their husbands.
1. Sam George
The Member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram Constituency is married to his beautiful and adorable wife, Vera George.
At every given opportunity, Sam George flaunts her and publicly tells how much he loves her and how supportive she is.
2. Francis Xavier Sosu
The MP for the Madina constituency is married to Adwoa Konadu Sosu with whom he has three adorable kids.
Just like Sam George, Sosu uses every given opportunity to celebrate his wife for how far he has come.
3. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa
The Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa is married to Nuhela Seidu.
The pretty young lawyer is the woman working behind the scenes to support Ablakwa.
4. Oko Vanderpuije
Oko Vanderpuije who is popular for his signature beard recently got married to his wife, Cynthia Vanderpuije.
5. Alfred Nii Lante Vanderpuye
MP for the Odododiodio constituency.
He has been married to his wife, Naa Komley Vanderpuye for long but managed to keep his wife out of the public eye.
Naa Komley is such a pretty woman.
In other news, the legislator for the Manso Adubia Constituency in the Ashanti Region has threatened to resign should the president fail in fixing bad roads and constructing new ones in his constituency.
Speaking at a radio station in the Ashanti Region, Yaw Frimpong Addo further warned that he will not put his energies into campaigning for the party in the 2024 elections if untarred roads are not fixed by that time.
“If roads remain as they are – untarred – I will resign. I will not even bother contesting for the NPP in 2024,” he expressed.
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