Confusion Rocks NDC Election at Ningo Prampram As Sam George's Contender Michael Tetteh Storms Venue

Confusion Rocks NDC Election at Ningo Prampram As Sam George's Contender Michael Tetteh Storms Venue

  • Sam George, the MP for Ningo Prampram, is contesting for another chance to represent the NDC in the area
  • His contender, Michael Tetteh, stormed the venue and reportedly disrupted the process
  • Michael reportedly brought some court documents to prove that some eligible delegates were not being allowed to vote

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Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram constituency, Sam George, aspires to be elected again as a parliamentary candidate for the area.

His contender, Michael Tetteh, for the election, stormed the venue of the election with court documents that supposedly suggest that there are individuals who are being prevented from voting when they are eligible.

In a live update by TV3 monitored by, it emerged that voting has halted, and it's expected that both Sam George and Michael Tetteh would sit and come to a consensus before proceedings would kickstart again.

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Sam George and Michael Tetteh at Ningo Prampram
What is happening at Ningo Prampram Photo credit: @GHOne Via Twitter, JoyNews via Facebook, TV3 via TV
Source: UGC

This is in spite of the beef-up of policemen at the Ningo Prampram constituency intended to ensure the smooth operation of the electoral process.

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Sam George requested extra law enforcement personnel

As Sam George earlier indicated, he picked up intelligence which was later corroborated by the police, that there appears to be a looming intention to disrupt the electoral process.

According to him, more than 80 law enforcement officers were requested to man the centre and ensure that the law was abided by, and the process went on unabated.

Gomoa West MP aspirant shares cars for delegates in exchange for votes

In another update, Foster Amoah, a candidate for Gomoa West in the current National Democratic Congress parliamentary elections, has started giving automobiles as gifts to delegates who have chosen to support him.

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In the ongoing elections, which watched on GhOne TV, cars lined up waiting to be given away had stickers of the candidate for member of parliament.

The Hyundai vehicles, which came in a variety of colours, were lined up and prepared to be distributed to attendees. Delegates are eagerly casting ballots for their preferred candidates in the Gomoa West district in the hopes that they will prevail in the current elections.

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