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I cannot contest NPP National Youth Organizer 'again' due to reasons beyond my control - Obama

A political activist and social media communicator for the ruling New Patriotic Party, Sir Obama Pokuase has declined to challenge the incumbent National Youth Organizer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye popularly known as Nana B due to reasons beyond his control.

Sir Obama Pokuase made this known in a statement on Facebook credited to his Facebook profile account according to the activist, the decision to withdraw from the race was technically necessary, but painful on one occasion due to reasons beyond his control.

He further added that all his supporters across the country brace for better days ahead.

He declined to make known who his support will go to at this moment since he is longer contesting.

However, his statement was heavily scrutinized word by word by his followers on Facebook, many of them had among other things urged him to clarify what he means by saying reasons beyond his control.

"circumstances beyond your control", which is that?

Don't let me start suspecting you oh, especially when you say "I shall make known who my support will go to.

Come and remove your mouth.

This kind of inconsistency can’t be the focus...either you’re in till the end or you don’t start at all.

Sir-Obama Pokuase Ah how? because of you, I relocated to Kumasi just to campaign for you to win that position, how can you betray me like that? you must pay for all my expenses, Massa.

You failed to acknowledge me as your manager who agreed you withdraw. Next time I won't give you that chance to withdraw in my capacity as your manager simply.

Did you pick any forms?

Is there any race?

Please no one has picked any forms nor nominations opened for such contest so please come again, you were never in any contest.

Who pays you to steer clear of your dreams."

Meanwhile, in other news away from politics, Ghana’s President, his excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo has stepped in to pay the 3 million cedis needed for doctors to perform surgery on Siamese twins at Accra.

Media reports have it that the president to continue to show compassion as he steps in, to foot the bill all by himself.

The doctors lined up to perform the surgery are said to be over 100 hundred in Ghana's medical history.

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