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A Question i may ask the residents of the above district STK, Must one suffer to retain a position that he is occupying if indeed, he really performed well during his first stint?
See how politicians are suffering by paying people to do things in their favor. The link below is a video of how a young man was paid just to vindicate a non performing leader.
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The above video is said to be orchestrated by the current district chief executive (DCE) for the STK district in the Savannah region of Ghana to convince the appointment committee to be retained as the DCE of the district.
Just doing my best to save my people from the game and nothing else personal because my people are very dear for their lives and feelings to played with by some of our leaders.
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