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Left — she lost her husband (late Hon. Ekow Quansah)
Right — she lost her father (late Flt. Lt. JJ Rawlings)
These women lost persons really dear to their hearts but nothing has stopped them from campaigning for themselves as aspiring parliamentarians and trumpeting for 4More4Nana & Mahama Afa respectively.
N/B: This is not to say that life must not go on because we’ve lost a relative or a sweetheart.
What this should teach us is that no matter who the hell you are, you can never make a politician rescind his or her decision of contesting an election. So, whether you support them or not, they’ll get their stuff no matter what.
But have this in mind that, if they are still doing active politics after losing husby/ daddy respectively: then, losing you as a “COMMON” supporter will not even tickle them one bit!
Use your head on December 7 — go, vote and get the fvck out of the polling station.
Well, you can also be like myself and others who will be using the holiday as an opportunity to chill instead of queuing in the scorching sun to give someone’s father, mother, sister, brother, wife, or husband a job (these politicians do not give a damn about you because they don’t even know you!).