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Blows in Wa Central NDC: The Story So Far

Physical Assaults struck in the Wa Central Chapter of the National Democratic Congress after the Deputy Women’s Commissioner of the Party popularly addressed as Amina Kuntaalu physically Assaulted the Party’s Deputy Treasurer, Masahudu Adam popularly Called Jabagdao.

Amina Kuntaalu(Left), Masahudu Adam Jabagdao( Right)


According to an eyewitness, the Women’s Commissioner Slapped the Treasurer Three times in the face after an argument didn’t go well with the two, the lady after slapping the treasurer used a plastic chair on him without any retaliation from the Deputy Treasurer of the party.
The withdrawal of the Treasurer raised criticisms and questions with people suggesting the treasurer must be spiritually obsessed and wanted to avoid destruction, Others opined that the treasurer was scared.
The battle didn’t end there as the Secretary of the Party, Mr. Salifu Tamaah also Assaulted his Vice Chairman in his House, the fight didn’t end well as the Vice Chairman known as Alhaji Waalu Overpowered the Secretary.
All this according to eyewitnesses was as a result of misunderstanding regarding monies unaccounted for, the party executives have also been reported to have been divided into two groups, the Alhaji Waalu group and the Mohammed Sule Group.
Some group of Party Grassroots within Kambali speaking to Upperwestmedia, hailed The Action of the Deputy treasurer, Masahudu Adam and referred to him as a gentleman who sees no value in Assaulting Vulnerable Women.
By: Mohammed Nuri/Upperwestmedia.

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