- A video has surfaced showing some NPP delegates in Ablekuma Central Constituency queuing for cash after casting their ballot
- It comes as the NPP votes in orphan constituencies to elect leaders for the general election in 2024
- The video, which has been shared on TV3 Ghana's Instagram account, elicited various comments from online users
An incredible video has emerged showing some delegates of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Ablekuma Central Constituency in a queue for their monies after voting.
Delegates of the ruling NPP are voting in orphan constituencies to elect their parliamentary candidates to lead them into the 2024 general poll. The election, which began on Saturday (today), December 2, is expected to end on Sunday, December 3.
''Some delegates in the Ablekuma Central constituency queue for their monies after voting,'' portions of the caption read.
YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify the claim in the writing accompanying the clip.
Watch the video below:
How people reacted to the video of the NPP delegates
Cashout without a pin, lol .
Eeii, so that is it others are fighting for better GH, and others are destroying GH.
Eei Ghana. When will this country get better?
Too bad for Ghanaians to continue imitating very bad practices from Nigeria. Please, God.
Politics in Ghana has totally lost its validity.
We have a long way to go.
NPP primaries confusion
The voting was scheduled at Gwira-Bamiako, but the Municipal Security Council (MUSEC) advised that the election should be held at a neutral centre in Ellembelle.
The advice came in the wake of demonstrations over the underdevelopment of the area. The Western Regional NPP Executives were bent on conducting it at Gwira-Bamiako.
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