So yesterday the Member of Parliament for Assin North Mr. Joe Gyaakye Quayson was stripped off his membership of Parliament because the Cape Coast High Court ruled that his election is declared null and void. That has sparked a lot of discussions, with people asking whether he is also going to face prison term just like the late former Member of Parliament for the people of Bawku Central, Hon.
Adamu Dramami Sakande, a former member of Parliament for Bawku Central, has died in London after a chronic heart problem. News from close sources suggests that, the Former MP, died yesterday evening. The late Adamu Sakande who was in a very healthy relationship President Akufo-Addo was reported to have flown out of Ghana for medical attention in 2013, after he was granted pardon by Former President, John Dramami Mahama because his health had deteriorated. But hopefully, Adamu Sakande debunked those claims of
Sad news reaching me this evening indicates that a former NPP Member of Parliament for Bawku Central constituency, Hon. Adamu D. Sakande is dead. For those who may know nothing or little about the embattled former legislator, Adamu Sakande went into Ghana's Parliament in 2009 on the ticket of the NPP after defeating loudmouth, Mahama Ayariga in the 2008 general elections. During the elections, he polled 20,157 votes out of the 37,719 votes representing 53.4%. He served only one term as a Parliamentarian.
Death is not a pleasant experience. But unfortunately when it comes, it becomes inevitable. The Bawku Central former Member of Parliament Honorable Alhaji Adamu Sakande is reportedly dead in a Hospital in the United Kingdom. The Upper East New Patriotic Party Chairman broke the sad News in a WhatsApp broadcast message. Members in the "Hope For Good Governance" page received the sad news earlier this morning. It was later conveyed to all party faithfuls by the secretary. Alhaji Adamu Sakande hasn't been well
A former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Bawku Central, Adamu Dramani Sakande, has passed away from reported heart complications. He is said to have died on Tuesday evening, September 22, 2020, in London, England after battling protracted heart problem. In 2012, the Accra Fast Track High Court, sentenced Mr Sakande to two years imprisonment after he was found guilty of false declaration of office, perjury and deceit of a public officer. Adamu was first elected into Parliament during the