The Ndc M.p
Earlier this week, The Ndc m.p was reported to have received some hot slaps from some people he identified as members of the national securities.
He told the media, he contracted a particular journalist to take pictures of some projects he is currently undertaking.
According him, After sometimes he was informed that the journalist whom he has contracted has been arrested. So he decided to visit the police station to grant bail for the journalist.
So after he got to the James town police station, so gun weird men whom he identify as members of the national securities approach him and ordered him to leave the premises.
He further detailed the information by saying the men hit his chest, gave him some dirty slaps, gave him some nice blows and finally ordered him to the premises.
Reacting to the issue, the new patriotic chairman of the New Juabeng north consistuency, Kwadwo Boateng Agyemang has expressed delight over the assault of the m.p
According to the chairman, the former sports minister was having a thuggish nature when the Ndc was in power hence he claims it serves him right.
He finally stated that, the number of slaps the m.p received was not enough hence more hot slaps should have been added , he specifically said at least fifteen hot and strong slaps should have been lashed out to the m.p.
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