K’si Market Women Cry To Nana

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His security detail had a hectic time controlling the crowd that jostled one another to catch a glimpse of their role model and mentor, who is gunning for re-election to lead the NPP in the 2016 general elections.

A journey of three minutes to the part of the market razed down by the fire, took Nana Addo more than 20 minutes to reach there as a result of the swelling numbers of the enthusiastic crowd.

Chairman Wontumi pledged 100 bags of cement for the re-construction of the traders’ shops and stalls.

Nana Meets Alan
Nana Addo exchanging pleasantries with Alan Kyerematen

Earlier in the day, Nana Addo and one of the contenders of the presidential race for 2016 on the ticket of the NPP, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, exchanged pleasantries in an atmosphere of conviviality.

That was during the funeral ceremony of the late father of Dr. Charles Wereko-Brobby held at the Kumasi Jubilee Park.

Both men shook hands, laughed heartily and cracked jokes, apparently to indicate to their supporters and followers that politics is about choice of ideas and decision-making and not hatred.

The funeral rite was also attended by high-profile personalities, including the National Chairman of the NPP, Paul Afoko and Kwadwo Okyere Mpiani, former Chief of Staff.

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 From Ernest Kofi Adu &I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi

 
 
 
 

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