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2020 GUM Parliamentary Candidate For Mfantseman Extends Her Condolence

The 2020 Parliamentary candidate for Mfantseman, Alijatu Ibrahim has offered her Condolence to the family and the wife of Hon Quansah Hayford.

She is really absurd about the incidence and has been asking how could this happen at this crucial time, Miss Alijatu stated.

She has then urged the police and other security officials to commit for effort to identify this killers.

She finally assured the Constituents that she will continue the good work of the late Honourable member when she wins the seat.

It is good to show sympathy and love but not in the form of voting because your vote is about future.

May his soul rest in peace!!

Contact Hon. Alijatu on 055 856 9442

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