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‘Under NDC, we slept in sunsum’: Watch moment Bawumia mispronounced dumsor at rally

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Whiles taking potshots at the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Bawumia referenced ‘dumsor,’ rolling power blackouts during the erstwhile John Dramani Mahama administration, as one of the reasons the NPP faithful must reject the NDC.

But in his speech, he first referred to dumsor as sunsum (a spirit) before quickly reverting to the right term.

What did Bawumia say?

The NDC are roaming about that we should vote for the NDC candidate, do they think that we have forgotten about them or that we don’t think?

Do you remember that during the NDC-era, we slept in sunsum, in dumsor, for four years; is that not the case? Do you want us to go back to dumsor again?

Or you want him to go and bring back the missing guinea fowls that escaped to Burkina Faso? During their time in office, the NDC established two factories, just two. We have established over 150.

Watch snippets of Bawumia’s speech below:

The Kumawu by-election

Voters will choose a replacement for their Member of Parliament, Philip Atta Basoah, who died on 27th March this year while still serving his 3rd consecutive term.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) is represented by Ernest Yaw Anim, whiles Kwasi Amankwaa is the NDC candidate. There are two independent candidates with the name Kwaku Duah also in the race.

Kumawu has been a beehive of political activity in the last week with big wigs from the NDC and NPP holding rallies in the constituency to canvass for votes for the vacant seat.

The EC has issued a notice that it is ready for the vote on Tuesday.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

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