The 2020 presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), former president John Dramani the has debunked circulation video that he visited the injured persons in Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
According to John Dramani the, the video is old and has no link to the Ejura brutality that happened at Ejura so the public should disregard because the video is an old one.
Background: social media has become wild following the murder of one social activist, Kaaba which led to massive protest in Ejura township leading to death of two people with many sustaining severe injuries. A video was seen circulating perpetuating that the former president visited the injured in Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital which happens to be an old one.
The video was taken when the John Dramani the visited some supporters of the party who had accident while attending a rally in Ejura. 50 People were injured which John Dramani the promised to take care of their medical bills. This old video started circulation today
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