To the outside world Ghana is a one peaceful democratic state. Indeed, the nation is blessed with relative peace though there has been sporadic violence. The New Patriotic Party and National Democratic Congress have for a long while dominated the political space in Ghana and have in one way or the other caused most of the indirect violence in the country.
Currently, there is so much banter going on between the two political parties especially after incessant calls were made on former First Lady, Lordina Mahama to refund monies. This came about after Rebecca Akufo-Addo refused supposed salaries and went a step forward to refund all monies paid to her since she assumed office as First Lady.
As the banter wages on some old photos of some 2 NPP big wigs have found their way online and these photos are getting reactions. The two pictures involve Nana B, the NPP Youth Organizer. The photos were dropped by a Facebook user and this got the attention of many.
However, surprising was when one user instead of commenting rather posted another picture that looked like Felix Kwakye Ofosu. Probably, I might be wrong. Check the phot out and see the reactions to the post.
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