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Was paid ¢300 for NPP crusade promotion, presently my life is under danger - NABCO student shouts ou


He is a recipient of the public authority's leader program, NABCO, where he educates.

Known as Nicholas Teye, the 35-year-old says his life is under danger after the viral NPP crusade and in the end the party winning the official political decision.

Addressing TV3 in a meeting, Nicholas expressed that individuals fault him for the ongoing monetary difficulty confronting Ghanaians following his mission for the administering party.

The SHS educator expressed that he needed to even camouflages himself by wearing a nose cover and a cap at whatever point he needs to leave his home inspired by a paranoid fear of being seen and gone after.

"My significant test is the danger. So any time I need to go out I need to put on a nose cover and some of the time a cap so I need to camouflage myself.

"Now and again, I will be in the room, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday without going out on the grounds that I am apprehensive on the off chance that I step out I don't have the foggiest idea what will befall me. The second they see you they are furious and they need to beat you since you are essential for the motivations behind why they are languishing. In some cases they will call you and compromise you.

"Some of the time my significant other will let me know where I'm going, on the off chance that I have the cash I ought to take Uber," Teye described.

The educator demonstrated that he was not informed that his photograph will be utilized for a mission bulletin.

He said he was paid ¢300 for the advert.

Describing why his face was on a mission bulletin for the overseeing party, Nicholas, said as a NABCO recipient, he was informed that their photographs were being utilized for schedules and magazines and not for the mission and there is a prize of ¢300 connected to it.

He noticed that before the ¢300 was given to him, he needed to sign an embraced that he has permitted his photograph to be utilized for the NPP 2020 mission - something that he was not made to them before.

"I was extremely furious when I read the notification since I let them know they ought to have informed me before prior to snapping the photograph, so I didn't sign and I left.

At the point when I returned home, my significant other and the one who assisted me with assets to pay for the NABCO preparing said I ought to go for the cash… I later proceeded to sign for the ¢300… ," Nicholas Teye focused.

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