Some NPP men led by Mr Ransford Osei who lined up to curse their own Constituency executives and the opposition National Democratic Congress led by John Dramani Mahama says they should be forgiven because the curse is haunting them physically and psychologically.
Prior to the 2020 Elections, the aggrieved NPP men entered a subsidiary of the Antoa Nyamaa river to slaughter a sheep and poured schnapps to curse any NDC member including their Flagbearer John Dramani Mahama. They felt that they were manipulating some Constituency executives of the NPP.
They also cursed their own executives that if they pick even one Cedis from John Dramani Mahama and the NDC to work against NPP, the curse should manifest against them.
" Upon a sober reflection, we are begging our Constituency executives and all affected parties including John Dramani Mahama to forgive us . It's Haunting Us. We didn't do well. Next time we will use the right channel to register our displeasure than resulting to curses" They Begged.
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