The Vice President, Kwesi Amissah-Arthur while giving a speech at the Tamale Polytechnic lost his patience with a group of students who kept interrupting his speech with their chattering.
While advising the students to make the wise choice of voting for the National Democratic Congress in the upcoming 2016 elections, the Vice President stopped midway and chastised the section of students who repeatedly interrupted his speech.
"...I don't know what it is that is so exciting that you are not listening to me and talking among yourselves, so I can hear people talking," he said.
The offending group of students apparently remained silent afterwards allowing the Vice President to proceed with his speech.
This is not the first time the Vice President has expressed his frustration, as in August, he was seen to have lost patience when the crowd at an NDC rally he was speaking at did not respond enthusiastically to his chant of the party slogan 'Ey3 Zu.' He was said to have responded by saying 'Mo mma me zu baako.'
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