MP Reveals Bribing Constituents Just To Reduce No Votes Against Mahama

MP Reveals Bribing Constituents Just To Reduce No Votes Against Mahama

Former deputy minister at the Ministry  of Gender and Social Protection, Rachel Appah has revealed she had no option than to pay bribes to her constituents at the Gomoa Central constituency just so the NO votes against President John Dramani Mahama during the highly contested primaries of the National Democratic Party (NDC) would be reduced.

The shocking revelation by Rachel Appah follows concerns over the less than 100 percent votes President Mahama pulled during the weekend's primaries with just 1,199,118 'Yes' votes representing 95.10%.

Out of the over two million party members expected to cast their votes, 61,836 voted 'No' representing 4.90% in relation to President Mahama’s candidature in 265 out of 275 constituencies.

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