The Member of Parliament of the Korle Klottey constituency, Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings has expressed her admiration for her father, former President Jerry John Rawlings who turns 70 today.

Zanetor, the eldest daughter of the 1st President under the 4th Republic took to Facebook to laud her father for his selflessness and longevity.

She wrote: "Wow... Dad, I can't believe you're 70 already, yet you keep going so strong.

"Your selflessness and love for others always astounds me. Though sometimes I wish I could keep you all for myself, I take pride in the fact that the good Lord placed a special calling on your life - to touch the lives of multitudes across nations.

"Dad, I know that some day when the roll is being called, your name, J.J Rawlings will be inscribed in gold. I'm proud to be your daughter".

Dr Zanetor Agyeman-Rawlings won the Korle Klottey parliamentary primaries of the NDC after garnering 2,403 votes to beat the incumbent Member of Parliament, Nii Armah Ashitey.

Her votes represented 62.22 per cent of the total votes cast. Nii Ashitey polled 1,348 votes, representing 34.90 per cent of votes cast. A third contestant, John Coleman, polled only 100 votes, representing 2.5 per cent of the votes.

As the eldest daughter of former President Jerry John Rawlings, her membership of the NDC became the centre of discussions among party functionaries in the constituency from the very first day she made public her desire to contest the primary.

 

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A team of police officers from the Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Greater Accra Regional Police Command last Monday seized more than four hundred and nine (409) motorbikes for traffic offence.

The Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mr Alban S.K. Bagbin has admitted he was corrupt. In a radio interview on Starr FM Wednesday night, Mr Bagbin who is also a Member of Parliament for Nadowli Kaleo in the Upper West Region said the political system in the way it is in Ghana, makes public office holders corrupt.

Properties of convicted Ghanaian/Australian woman, Nayele Ametefe has been given out as charity after they were confiscated following a directive by an Accra High court.

Three rehabilitation centres including; Darferick, House of St. Francis and the Addictive Diseases Unit of the Korle-Bu teaching hospitals where drug abuse patients are receiving treatment are beneficiaries of the assets.

Some of the items are furniture and furnishings from Nayele’s business enterprise, Night Angels Enterprise, located at the Dzorwulu Motorway Extension in Accra.

Nayele Ametefe who was sentenced to eight years, eight months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty of illegally importing narcotics by the Isleworth Crown Court in London in 2015, was arrested at the Heathrow Airport in 2014.

She was arrested with 12 kilos of cocaine which became a subject of media discussions for weeks.

Source: mynewsgh.com

That's fair ! We got more like her flaunting their drug money in our face, its only a matter of time before their actions catch up with them. Next time around when she gets out, she can try working hard from the scratch.

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