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In the studios of Hot 93.9 FM, an Accra-based radio broadcast located two individuals from the biggest ideological groups in Ghana — the New Patriotic Party(NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) — who were engaged with a ‘conflict’ over a GHC50 note during their time as specialists on the station’s political syndicated program ‘Dwene ho biom’.
While the host, Chairman KK Asamoah was presenting them as the specialists on the show (Dwene Ho Biom), Haruna Amaliba (NDC Greater Accra Regional Communication Team Member) and Gyasi Appiah (NPP Greater Accra Media Coordinator) were seen fighting over the fallen GHC50 cedi note that had a place with the last mentioned.
Mr Haruna Amaliba, who wore a blue-dark tuxedo over a blue long-sleeved shirt, supplemented by a red flying tie and a dark pair of shoes, as quick as he seemed to be, saw the note as it fell on the floor of the studio and got it. Mr Gyasi ‘Carl’ Appiah who might not give up left on the extraction of the ’50 Ghana’ which had been grabbed off the floor by Mr. Amaliba.
After a serious clash of solidarity, quickness and insightfulness, Mr Gyasi effectively removed the cash from its abductor, and the two of them continued their seats.
Intriguingly, the studio saw them two pat one another and snickered, like nothing had occurred preceding that. This can’t portray how this equivalent team occupied with a warmed political discussion on the show.
This ought to viably show Ghanaians enough the uselessness of intruding with political games for the force hungry legislators during and after the December 7 general decisions.
Mr Haruna Amaliba and Mr.Gyasi’s crazy signal delineates that it is simply reasonable for have a political view, however, keeping up harmony for yourself and family is consistently basic.
Political games are perpetually, yet our tranquillity and lives are definitely not.
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