– Ex-NPP MP Cries & Puffs Over Poverty
The Former Asokwa Member of Parliament (MP), Maxwell Kofi Jumah, has claimed that footsoldiers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), are now snatching girlfriends of New Patriotic Party (NPP) gurus.
He gave the impression that his party’s quest for power, was only to make money and have access to women to sleep with, but not to better the lives of Ghanaians.
Indeed, this is his definition of “Economic Hardship”, under the John Mahama administration.
This phenomenon he said, has arisen as a result of the free cash being doled out by members of the governing party.
“Now NDC footsoldiers are snatching our girlfriends from us…it’s true because they have the money…,” he said on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen Programme.
Former Asokwa MP, is known to have abandoned his wife and family in Newark in the United States of America (USA), where he used to be a taxi driver.
His Pokuase residence in Accra, according to The Herald’s scouts, is the rendezvous of girls from Accra and Kumasi. Many NPP MPs particularly from the Ashanti Region, are frequently seen in his house having what they called “Blowing Time”.
The former Kumasi Mayor, who is seeking a return to Parliament told the host of Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme, Kwadwo Asare Barfour Acheampong (KABA), that due to the current socio-economic hardships in the country, girlfriends of NPP politicians are ‘crossing carpets’ to their opponents.
He cited an incident in which a lady was nearly sacked from her home by the mother after she informed her that she was now dating an NPP politician.
Kofi Jumah, further alleged that all known supporters and defenders of the government now own houses outside Ghana.
“Even when they have the money, they wouldn’t give you…as I speak, every NDC guy in this country owes a house in South Africa…,” he said.