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General News of Thursday, 15 December 2016


Stop attacking imaginary enemies – Dele Momodu to Otchere-Darko

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Chief Dele Momodu has advised Gabby Otchere-Darko, a staunch member of New Patriotic Party to “stop attacking imaginary enemies” of the party and the President-elect - but rather focus on reducing the “giddiness of the party’s victory and concentrate on managing high expectations of Ghanaians”.

His reaction came at the back drop of Gabby’s post on tweeter yesterday - insinuating Dele Momodu must have been paid a hefty sum of money to have supported the candidacy of President John Mahama; adding that it is “nauseating” to watch him (Dele Momodu) tell Ghanaians who to vote for.

In his reaction to Gabby’s post, Dele Momodu asked rhetorically - if it was a crime to support a presidential candidate, most especially without having to malign an opponent's image with inflammatory remarks, as he (Gabby) has done to President Mahama:

“Was it a crime to support a candidate you maligned endlessly and insulted maliciously, in the name of politics without ever attacking yours?”

Dele Momodu also asked Gabby what his sins are for him (Gabby) to have woke up as early as 4:06 am purposely to post such a tweet about him: “Did I appear to you in your sleep my dear Gabby? He asked.

Observers of the war of words between Dele Momodu and Gabby could not help but drop comments as well.

A commentator with twitter handle I AM FOR GHANA says:

Another twitter user with twitter handle Babs Anims reacted thus:

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