Why an orange seller told Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom "I pity you"

Why an orange seller told Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom "I pity you"

One is bound to wonder why an orange seller would tell a 3-time presidential candidate and successful business man she pities him when perhaps, she does not have it as good.

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Why an orange seller told Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom "I pity you"

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According to the 2016 presidential candidate of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, an orange seller managed to look him in the eye and said “I pity you.”

The revelation was made on ATV’s “Ghana, Great and Strong” show on which the party’s founder made a prelude statement.

Dr. Nduom narrates that about a week ago, he met an orange seller when he made stopover on his way to Elmina. The woman who obviously identified him, confidently moved to him and passed the comment, “gentleman, I pity you.”

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Although this may not have been the most pleasurable thing to hear, Dr. Nduom went on to ask the orange seller why she pities him.

Why an orange seller told Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom "I pity you"

Dr. Nduom and his family

She said, “When I look at the way you are toiling and spending heavily on your campaign, I feel pity for you.”

The business mogul however decided not to leave her without his mark in the form of a kind gesture.

“What I did was to ask her the price of her oranges and she said GHS10. I gave her GHS10 and asked her to take her oranges away.”

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Dr. Papa Kwesi has been criticised a lot for his continual persistence in trying to be president of Ghana when all his attempts have failed massively. Some have even advised the wealthy business man to join forces with other parties to enable him draw more support and numbers in the election.

He has however refused all advice and continues to forge forward with his belief that he can become the president who will revolutionise Ghana for good.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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