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Chiefs Invoke Red and Black River Gods to Guide Dr. Bawumia And NPP Ahead of 2020 Polls

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Nana Attobrah, the Gyasehene for the Wassa Atobiase Traditional Council has invoked the powers of two powerful river gods of the land to guide Dr. Bawumia and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to win the forthcoming elections scheduled for December 7.

The chiefs threw their weight behind the Vice President of Ghana and the NPP when a grand durbar was held in Wassa Atobiase to receive him during a recent tour. After the brief traditional rights, Nana Attobrah said:” He that has done marvelously well deserves the push.”

“I pray on the God Almighty, l spirits and gods, Red Subri, Black Subri, Ntotonsu, Nana Bebrebe and all other river gods of our land to bless them with victory” he prayed. We know that this prayer has already been answered. Your works and the impact your government has made in our lives will be rewarded. Akufo-Addo deserves four more years” he added.

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Massive Flooding hit Accra, Kasoa after hours of downpour; roads cut off, properties submerged [Video]

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The torrential rainfall that hit Accra and its environs in the early hours of Saturday has brought untold hardship to people living in water-logged areas with poor or no drainage systems.

Videos making rounds on the internet give a very unfortunate account of massive rainwater that has overtaken the Accra stretch of the Kasoa-Accra highway.

The water has completely ripped the road apart as houses and cars are submerged in the running water. Individuals and people living in these areas are counting their losses as they look on with apprehension.

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The havoc flooding causes in these areas especially at Kasoa Old Barrier is a known phenomenon but nothing has been done in the past years to avert the situation which has left residents with no option when the rains come down.

Social media has gone aghast at the level of water that is simply destroying everything in its way and are blaming leaders for sitting aloof and allowing the drainage system of many parts of the capital left unattended to.

Although the indiscipline of residents can be blamed for this kind of disasters, many believe the leadership of the country has failed Ghanaians which has consequentially left citizens to be swimming in rainwater every time it rains.

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“Ghanaians should be blamed for the killing of MPs because they hate politicians” – Deputy Defence Minister

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Deputy Minister of Defence Major (Rtd) Derrick Oduro, is pointing accusing fingers at the populace for the recent killings of Members of Parliament (MPs) and politicians in general.

His assertion comes on the back of the grim news that was reported yesterday announcing the gruesome murder of the Member of Parliament for Mfantseman, Hon. Ekow Quansah Hayford.

According to him, Ghanaians are not ready to accept the call by MPs for the beefing up of their personal security since they are vulnerable to attacks and robbery.

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Speaking and reacting to the death of the Mfantseman MP on Nhyira FM, Major (Rtd) Oduro said Ghanaians refusal for politicians to be protected by the state is the reason they are being killed thus the blame should go to them.

“This is not the first time a Parliamentarian has been attacked and shot dead. It happens all the time in all successive governments. But anytime we raise concerns that the three arms of government need protections as prescribed by the constitution, Ghanaians get angry in regards to the request.”

“They say, why should we offer protection to MPs including the media. You lead the cause and chastise us as if Members of Parliament are aliens as if they are from a far country.

Major Oduro called for the protection of politicians and especially parliamentarians who have become the target of unscrupulous individuals who are bent on terminating their lives out of sheer hate and animosity.

Some armed robbers shot Mr Ekow Quansah Hayford and his driver, Issah, in the early hours of Thursday after they had blocked the road linking Abeadze Dominase and were robbing commuters of their belongings.

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