The National Organizer of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), Yaw Asani Tanoh teases Abiola for losing the election after he paid bribes to the delegates.
According to Yaw Asani Tanoh, Abiola paid the bride to the delegates to win but he loosed because the other aspirants paid more amount of money than him.
Yaw Asani Tanoh claims Abiola became very disturbed and boldly said to him that he has been hurt.
Since Abiola was part of the aspirants who paid bribes to the delegates, he never gave Yaw Asani Tanoh the chance to highlight bribery and corruption.
If Yaw Asani Tanoh highlights the aspirants' actions to be bribery and corruption, Abiola argues with him saying that it is motivation but not bribery and corruption.
This made Yaw Asani Tanoh tells Abiola that he paid a bribe to the delegates for victory so he is stopping him from highlighting the bribery and corruption.
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