Sunday, 23 June

C/R: NDC Council of Elders member curses treacherous MPs

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Manoma pouring libation to invoke the curse on the said NDC MPs at a cemetery

A member of the main opposition National Democratic Congress' (NDC) Council of Elders in the Central Region, Mr John Quayson, has invoked curses on the party’s Members of Parliament (MPs) who endorsed President Akufo-Addo’s six ministerial nominees in a secret ballot on Friday, March 24, 2023.

A very angry Mr Quayson, popularly known as Manoma, in the company of some party supporters, went to the Elmina Cemetery with a bottle of Schnapps and eggs and invoked a curse on the NDC MPs.

He called on the ancestors, the gods and deities to descend heavily on the MPs who the party has accused of treachery.

Speaking in an interview with Class 91.3 FM's Central regional correspondent, Nana Tawiah, after hexing the MPs, Manoma challenged all NDC MPs to also go to any nearby cemetery to invoke a curse to prove their innocence. 

He also urged all NDC delegates to vote against all the treacherous MPs for betraying and disrespecting the party's structure and policies.

Manoma said the party has lost hope in the said Members of Parliament.

Manoma explained that the said MPs went to the august house for their interest and not the interest of the masses.

“I am not afraid to say that some NDC Members of Parliament are corrupt. All the Members of Parliament who contributed to the endorsement of these ministers are corrupt and must be voted out in the coming primaries,” he urged.

He added that the NDC MPs disrespected the party’s chairman and general secretaries, both of whom were in the chamber on that day.

Mr Quayson said he hopes the traitors lose their seats.

For their part, the NDC branch executives from the Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem Constituency also in the Central Region, in an interview, expressed their disappointment with the MPs for “betraying” the party's structure.

They challenged the MP for Komenda Edina Eguafo Abrem Constituency, Mr Samuel Atta Mills, to come out and invoke a curse to prove he was not part of the traitors.

The angry branch executives said they had lost hope in their MPs.

According to them, this was not the first time such an incident had happened and all indications show that most of the NDC MPs support bribery and corruption, a thing that Ghanaians are fighting against.

They called on the party's national executives to fish out the traitors and punish them by waging a campaign against them in the upcoming primaries.

 

Source: Classfmonline.com/cecil Mensah