New Patriotic Party's Chairman Kwaku Yeboah reportedly fell into a big gutter on his way to Sompa Fm to speak for the party on radio. According to his colleague who shared the sad information, Chairman Kwaku Yeboah sustained minor injuries on his legs.
Despite the injuries, Chairman Kwaku Yeboah continued with his propagation of the NPP gospel. Presenter with Sompa Fm called Sir Kay corroborated the news. According to him, Chairman Kwaku Yeboah entered the studio bleeding.
Many people especially Party faithfuls wished Chairman Kwaku Yeboah a speedy recovery. Chairman Kwaku Yeboah was a polling station Chairman. He contested for the Sunyani West Constituency Chairmanship position but lost his position. Many people felt that he will relax on his communication duties for the Party.
Notwithstanding, he still speaks for the New Patriotic Party on both Television and radio. We wish him a speedy recovery. May his wounds heal soon to continue his good work for the party.
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