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I’m jobless, people I helped pass by to give me money – Former MP

I’m jobless, people I helped pass by to give me money – Former MP

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A former Member of Parliament for La Dade-Kotopon, Nii Amasah Namoale has recounted how tough lifestyles has been seeing that he left office.

Mr Namoale who was once as soon as a Deputy Minister for the Agriculture Ministry says considering he misplaced his famend positions in 2017, he has been struggling to make ends meet.

As a lawmaker and Minister, Mr Namoale stated he loved the perks at the time. However, matters have long past downhill because he was once voted out of office.

Sharing a bitter trip of lifestyles after Parliament, the former legislator stated all efforts to discover a job have proved futile.

Speaking to Adom News, Mr Namoale stated he now relies upon on the benevolence of buddies and household to survive.

He is asking for arrangements for MPs to get by after they leave


What did he think the ex-gratia was for?

Secondly, when he was an MP & helping to vote for foooooooolish bills that wrecked the economy, didn’t he know that it will affect him one day?

Did he think the people who suffered whiles he enjoyed were stpppppd when they were crying for the government & parliament to fix the country’s economy FOR EVERYONE’s BENEFIT?


I used to teach at Osu close to the stadium. At that time this man was an MP. He was with a lady and the way she treated me badly one afternoon was very shocking. He even made false accusations against me. Today by his grace I am well to do. May God have mercy on him.

Now you taking proper BS, al the perks you enjoyed what more do you want as a former MP. you have no shame. This is not news please !!!!


This man paaa. As for Ghana diee unless God ooh. You served as mp for 4years, got exgratia and couldn’t save money for your self. E be like you need prayers. You for go Atweea mountains

Bad leadership affects everybody in the end


Even the MPs will suffer from bad leadership

Many people were jobless during his time


Did the state take care of them?

Why is he saying the state has to create jobs for ex-MPs?

What was he doing when he was part of the state as an MP & a deputy minister?


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