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Inusah Fusaini Instructed Nurses To Kowtow Before Mahama – Nana B

The National Youth Organizer for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye has revealed that the Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini was behind the videos and photos in which some students of the Nalerigu Nursing and Midwifery Training College were seen pleading for the comeback of Former President John Dramani Mahama.

According to Nana B, the incident didn’t happen at the campus but Inusah Fuseini selected some group of people to some particular area to go down on their knees before the former president in which the school authority doesn’t know anything about it.

Speaking on Accra Base radio station “Okay FM” this morning, Nana B stated that the students who were seen in the video going viral was paid GH₵ 60.00 each to sabotage the good work that President Akuffo Addo’s government is doing.

 “It is clear that the school authorities don’t know anything about what went on. Seeing students kneeling on the sun; lying on the floor; just because Inusah Fuseini paid them Gh₵ 60.00 each just to sabotage the government, in fact, this is poor propaganda,” Nana B lamented.

“In the video circulating, we saw Inusah Fuseini saying, ‘kneel down! Kneel down!’ Is this the better Ghana we are seeking,” he stated.

Some students from Nalerigu Nursing and Midwifery Training College  stormed the rally grounds at Nalerigu on Day two of former President John Dramani Mahama’s ‘Thank You Tour’ of the Northeast region, clad in their school uniforms and NDC paraphernalia to “beg” the NDC flagbearer to come back to power.

The purpose of the tour was to “interact with the Chiefs, opinion leaders, community members and executives of the NDC in the various constituencies”, the JM campaign has said.

But the students, numbering about a hundred stormed the rally grounds holding placards that read, “JM we're sorry, nurse’s need you back” and “Ghana Economy is in a coma”, knelt before the former president amidst wailing.

Source: Derrick Sikaba/Joydaddymultimedia.com/BrytFM

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