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General News of Sunday, 15 June 2014

Source: peacefmonline

Akufo-Addo has inferiority complex; Alan loves ladies bum- Wayo

He was once considered an ally of the New Patriotic Party before they ascended to power in 2000, but he now believes the party he befriended some years back is poised to elect a leader who is not cut out to lead ahead of the 2016 general elections.

Chuck Kofi Wayo, founder and leader of the United Renaissance Party, has descended heavily on Nana Akufo- Addo and Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, describing the former as someone suffering from inferiority complex and the latter as someone who cannot do without straining his eye to catch a glance of the bum of ladies.

The two candidates, Mr. Wayo mentioned, would be at the forefront battling each other as the party sets December 6 for its National Delegates Congress.

This is to elect a Presidential Candidate for the 2016 General Election.

Although Nana Akufo Addo has picked up his nomination forms ahead of Alan Kyeremanten, Mr. Wayo believes he (Nana) did so out of self glory.

In an interview with Peacefmonline.com Kofi Wayo claimed that “Nana is looking for glory. He is a short man…and he has inferiority complex. Can’t you see how he walks when they cheer him?”

Mr. Wayo was perplexed Mr. Kyeremanten was still in the race despite the distractions the bum of ladies brought to him during campaigns.

“I know Alan very well. He liked to watch the bum of ladies during campaigns…he is only looking for money and show. You know why Common Wealth didn’t take him? This is because he calls himself Alan ‘Cash’.

The Whiteman knows that anybody who calls himself that is a fool. Instead of saying people shouldn’t call him by that name, he goes around with it. Besides this, he doesn’t care about Ghanaians; what did we see when he first lost the presidential primaries? Instead of visiting the villages just like I did and continuously do, he went looking for a job outside the country,” he said.

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