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General News of Tuesday, 22 February 2022


Adwoa Safo’s Tik Tok account ‘unavailable’ amid backlash over absence in Parliament

Sarah Adwoa Safo, MP Dome-Kwabenya with notice of her account unavailability

Sarah Adwoa Safo under fire for absence in Parliament

Adwoa Safo's Tik Tok videos trend

Her Tik Tok account 'deleted'

Social media platform, Tik Tok, has become topical in recent political discourse, thanks to Dome-Kwabenya Member of Parliament, Sarah Adwoa Safo.

She has been accused by fellow New Patriotic Party, NPP, lawmakers and former partner, Kennedy Agyapong, of sabotaging the party by her continued absence in Parliament knowing well the hung nature of the House requires all members to present, to pass crucial motions.

The major case in point being the Electronic Transactions (E-Levy) Bill which the government has since December 2021, failed to pass despite being at the heart of revenue generation as per the 2022 budget statement.

Agyapong in one of his recent outbursts referenced the social networking site where Adwoa Safo has posted three videos in the past, slamming her to instead go and contest for a seat on TikTok.

GhanaWeb checks as of last week showed that Adwoa Safo, who is Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister had a known TikTok account with the username [@sarahadwaosafo] which had over 12,000 followers with only three videos.


All videos were posted as of last year. Two of them showed her singing gospel songs and ministering about the goodness of God - one was shot in a room with the other in a vehicle, both believed to be outside the country.

The third video shows her in a red dress dancing to a hip song as she sings along to the admiration of some onlookers.

What Agyapong recently said about Adwoa Safo

The Assin Central MP, who has two children with Adwoa Safo lambasted her on GTV Breakfast Show’s February 21, 2022 edition reiterating his view that she was by her continued absence sabotaging the party, choosing instead to dance on TikTok.

“She’s expressing an interest in serving as Deputy Majority Leader. That woman has been a failure in her life. Before she comes to Parliament, a full cabinet minister [for Gender, Children, and Social Protection] is demanding that she be made deputy Majority Leader.”

“You don’t come to Parliament while dancing on Tik Tok… Apostle Kwadwo Safo, Dome Kwabenya is not for [your father],” he charged.