John Abdulai Jinapor of NDC and Samuel Abu Jinapor of NPP for those who think all of should be in the political party,  wait a minute and consider the following scenarios.

Scenario 1

John Abdulai Jinapor and Abu Jinapor are siblings. In fact the former is the elder brother of the latter.

Under the erstwhile NDC government led by John Mahama, John Jinapor was a deputy minister for power.

Now, Abu Jinapor is a deputy chief of staff under Nana Akufo Addo’ s government.

The implication thereof, even though power block has changed in the country, but power hasn’t changed in the house of the Jinapors.

Scenario 2

Madam Joyce Bawa Moctar and madam Otiko Afisa Dzaba are siblings. In fact they’re the same mothers. Madam Otiko is the elder sister of madam Joyce Bawa.

Madam Joyce Bawa was a deputy minister for transport under the erstwhile John Mahama led government.

Now, madam Otiko is the minister designate for Gender and social protection in the NPP led government.

Even though power block has changed generally in the country, but ,power hasn’t changed in madam Afishita’ s house.

Scenario 3

Ramadan and Samira Ramadan Bawumia are siblings.

Ramadan contested the Adentan constituency on the ticket of NDC in just ended polls. In effect, he was a prominent member of the NDC.

Samira Ramadan Bawumia is the 2nd Lady or spouse of the Vice President  under the current NPP government.

Implication thereof, even though power block has changed generally in the country, but, has changed in the house of the Ramadans.

  In conclusion, let us not see one another as enemies because of difference in believe of political ideologies. There can be unity in diversity.

Even identical twins their modes of thinking is not the same. We can’t all think alike.

By: Ghana/Ultimatefmonline.com/106.9FM

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