I Was Not Chased Out Of Kumbungu – Ras Mubarak

Abdulai Mohammed Mubarak alias ‘Ras Mubarak’, Member of Parliament for Kumbungu constituency has denied being chased out of Dalun a community in his constituency.

A video making the rounds on social media shows a car alleged to be belongng to Ras Mubarak and being chased with sticks and clubs by the youth in the constituency.

According to reports, the youth are angry that no developmental projects have been undertaken in the constituency as shoown the NDC Government’s “Green Book”.

However, speaking to Kwami Sefa Kayi in an interview on Wednesday’s edition of ‘Kokrokoo’ programme, Ras Mubarak said he was never and “can never be chased out of his own constituency.”

“Nothing of that sort happened . . .nothing nothing nothing happened, it is the fictioness of some peoples imagination,” he categorically stated.

The executives led by the Parliamentary Candidate of the area, Abdulai Mohammed Mubarak alias ‘Ras Mubarak’ including the Deputy Northern Regional Minister and Member of Parliament (MP) for Sagnarigu Constituency Hon. A.B.A Fuseini, the party Regional Chairman Chief Sorfo Azorka, Lawyer Mumuni a Former MP for the area and many other party front liners.

This happened at the open court of the palace of Chief of Dalun when the youth chanted and wildly demanded outright lost in sight of the executives for failing to account to them at least a project undertaken by the administration in the area.

The party stalwarts went to the area on a campaign trail and when they were enumerating projects by the NDC administration as contained in the ‘green book’ amidst overripe embellishment and singing lordly praises to the President John Mahama, the youth started loud murmurs saying “lies, lies”. –


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