In the fourth republic of Ghana, from the year 1992 to date, Ghana’s democracy keeps rising on the ladder of success.
Quite recently, spotted two brothers from same home of birth belonging to the two top political parties in Ghana, thus, NPP and NDC.
Surprising the Ghanaian political observers, John Jinapor decided to join NDC whilst his brother, Abu Jinapor also followed NPP.
Their decision was fruitful when their political roles became significant to the parties they belong respectively. This decision by the two brothers has now become something making their family rich because the trend of Ghana’s Political success is now fused in the two leading political parties and it is observed that every political turnout, one of the Jinapors’ is on position of the ruling party.
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According to this year’s election, The Deputy Chief of Staff at the Presidency, Mr. Samuel Abu Jinapor is emerged the winner to Parliament after winning the Parliamentary election in the Damongo Constituency of the Savannah Region.
The legal practitioner polled 15,671 votes to defeat the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP), Mr. Adam Mutawakilu who polled 13,330 votes while an independent candidate David Tiki Dange polled 296 votes.
Meanwhile, The Former Deputy Minister of Power, Mr. John Abdulai Jinapor, has also defeated his opposing aspirants to win the Yapei Kusawgu constituency on the ticket of National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) to take the parliamentary seat in the Northern Region.
Many people have gotten to realize they are united and decided to stay actively on power every four years of Ghana’s Political contest.
They compromised to belong to different constituencies so it would be simple for them to either both be on power or at least one wins power. In fact, their decision is very tactful and helpful!
It is as though a wise path every political being should emulate to be too tolerant to families or relatives who want to oppose them in political race of differences.
Together we stand! With wisdom you are blessed!! Be tolerant and swallow success!!!
By Alex Konlan, Ghananewsprime.com
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