NDC primaries: Hannah Tetteh accused of buying votes on behalf of her sister
Former Ghanaian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hannah Serwah Tetteh, has been accused by some National Democratic Congress (NDC) delegates of Awutu Senya West Constituency, of vote-buying in the ongoing parliamentary primaries.
The delegates who spoke to Adom News said Madam Hannah Tetteh was giving out cash of GhC 300, clothes and boots to delegates on behalf of her sister, Gizella Tetteh, who is contesting to lead the NDC in the constituency going into the 2020 elections.
Gizella Tetteh, who is a junior sister to Madam Hannah Tetteh is among four candidates vying for the parliamentary seat in the Awutu Senya West constituency.
“Madam Hannah Tetteh is sharing clothes, Wellington boots and GhC 300 to NDC delegates at Obrachire Methodist Church on behalf of her junior sister Gizella who is contesting in the NDC primaries,” one delegate alleged.
Some 1,180 are expected to cast their ballots in the ongoing elections in the Awutu Senya West Constituency.