Sad As Lydia Alhassan’s Rival And First Wife Of Late Agyarko Dies Leaving Her Two Kids As Orphans

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This is heartbreaking! The first wife of the late Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West constituency Emmanuel Agyarko, Josephine Agyarko has died. Madam Josephine Agyarko reportedly died of Covid-19 complications yesterday. READ ALSO: Revealed – Regina Daniels Has Not Gained Anything From Ned Nwoko As Husband Has Refused To Put Her Name On Any Property … Read more

Minority Walks out of Parliament as Agyarko’s Widow is Sworn in as New Ayawaso West Wuogon MP – Tags Her ‘Illegitimate’

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The minority NDC walked out of Parliament earlier today as the new Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Lydia Alhassan, widow of the late MP Emmanuel Agyarko, was sworn into her seat.

The NDC ‘withdrew’ from the election whilst it was ongoing due to some violent incidents, including an NPP vigilante group manhandling their Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George.

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Love is Dead, and Emmanuel Agyarko’s Widow Lydia Alhassan Killed It — CHRIS-VINCENT Writes

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After the death of the Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Emmanuel Kyeremanten Agyarko, his wife and widow Lydia Alhassan wasted no time in declaring her political ambitions and standing for the seat.

Thus just about two months after her husband’s death, Lydia has already won the seat he vacated via his death and is now the member of Parliament from Ayawaso West.

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NPP’s ‘Invincible Forces’ Attack NDC Polling Agents, Leading to NDC Pulling Out of Ayawaso West Wuogon By-election

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The opposition National Democratic Congress has decided to pull out of the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election following violent attacks on its polling agents.

According to the party, members of the NPP’s Invincible Forces dressed up as members of National Security and attacked the NDC’s polling agents as voting went underway in the election.

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Godwin Nii-Armah Okine Writes — Saying Foreign Countries Should Leglaize Polygamy If They Want Us To Accept Gay Marriage Is Not A Profound Argument, It's A Shallow One

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There are many arguments Ghanaians love to make when certain ‘contentious’ issue comes up, like homos*xuality or evolution, arguments which knowledgeable people know are wrong but because Ghanaians are Ghanaians, we still haven’t discovered they are wrong or even if we have, we completely disregard them.
One great example is the argument that even animals do not practice homos*xuality, so why should us as humans practice it? That argument is factually, practically, empirically, scientifically and any other way you look at it wrong, but people state it down here all the time as if they’ve discovered quite a profound argument.

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