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You’re making our work difficult – Upper East Regional NDC serial callers, textors tell MPs

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Distant communicators who identify with the National Democratic Congress say they will no longer communicate for or on behalf of the party until the 14 NDC MPs from the Upper East Region issue a formal apology.

This was contained in a statement issued and copied to this website by Issahaku Mubarak Mbaba who identifies as the ‘President of Serial Callers Association.’

According to Mr. Mbaba, the MPs have continually disappointed the grass-roots members of the party.

See full statement below. 

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. I write with sorrow and disappointment to draw the attention of the Serial Callers and Texters Association to indefinitely suspend with immediate effect all texts and calls in the media within the region. 

This culminated from the disappointment our MPs in parliament subjected us to and the generalities of Ghanaians as a whole. 

Fellow Akatomansonians, this is not the first time our MPs have embarrassed us and keep on dumping the spirit of the grassroots and making our work as communicators very difficult. 

For example, the approval of Hawa Koomson, the gangster MP, who received the highest approval to the surprise of many NDC members and Ghanaians, and the recent approval of Bryan Acheapong, who equally got the highest approval similar to that of Hawa Koomson.

We demand an unqualified apology from our 14 MPs in the region, explaining why the betrayals occurred, and they must promise us that such unfortunate decisions will not be repeated again. 

We call on all our members who are serial callers and texters to indefinitely suspend all calls and texts until this demand of ours is met. We count on your cooperation. Long live the NDC, long live Ghana, and long live the Serial Callers and Texters Association. Thanks, From the president of serial callers and texters:

Issahaku Mubarak Mbaba (Landlord)

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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