VIDEO: NDC And NPP Fight Over Ebony — NDC Claims Ebony Was Their Supporter Together With Her Father

- Advertisement -

Sometimes I’m tempted to believe that African remains in this destitute because some of our primitive tendencies. I mean what’s the plausible explanation to give to this sort of report-fighting over a dead for a non-existent vote?

READ ALSO: Video Of Late Ebony Reigns Working At A Washing Bay Pops Up Online

- Advertisement -

New report we have gathered in relation to Ebony’s death indicate that the two biggest political parties in Ghana, The National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) are in a serious tussle over which of them the late Ebony supports.

It all started when Ursula Owusu, the Member of Parliament Ablekuma West Constituency said she was sad about Ebony’s death because she had lost one vote.

Then predictably, members of the NDC came out to debunk that notion whilst maintaining that the late star was one of their own.

This happened over the weekend when the party held a Unity March in Somanya with former President John Mahama in attendance.

The party stated:

Ebony is an NDC member that’s why we’re wearing her T-Shirt, her family is known to be members of the NDC. What we’re saying is not rumour, we have facts to prove our claims.

I’ve a picture she took with her dad in their room which showed a big umbrella and a big flag. There’s no way Ebony would have missed this march if she were to be alive, but we’re still mourning her.

READ ALSO: VIDEO: ‘It Was Possible To Replace Ebony With An Animal To Save Her Life’ – Prophet

What do you make of this? Share your thoughts with us.

- Sponsored -

Subscribe To Ghbase Entertainment News

Love reading our entertainment news and don't want to miss them? Punch your email address in there and we will feed you everyday with more.

mahindrabrown@gmail.com'
Nii Brownhttps://www.ghbase.com
My name is Nii Nii Brown. I like punching people in the face with my style of writing. Contact me via email mahindrabrown@gmail.com

What Others Are Reading Most