by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana
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Their primaries contest was perhaps the most eagerly anticipated across the country given their age difference, political experience and relationship.
But partisan politics can offer stranger stuff than truth and so it was that presidential staffer, Samuel George Nartey alias Dzata (lion) a brash talking political neophyte took on the mite of Ningo Prampram’s veteran legislature, National Democratic Congress (NDC) heavyweight and a man whose political journey begun perhaps when Sam George was only in diapers and astonishingly defeated him in the party’s primaries to elect a parliamentary candidate to represent the party.
Sam George went on to win the seat for the NDC against his cousin and New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, but ahead of the 2016 election and after the NDC primaries, many sought to find out if Sam George and E.T Mensah had mended the acrimonious fracture which ensued especially when the Prampram Mugabe was not sighted at any of Dzata’s rallies.
It took while but Mr. Enoch Teye Mensah’s true feelings are bare now. On Sunrise Morning Show, he submitted he would have in fact disowned Sam George were he his son because of his treacherous ways (Sam George served in Mr. Mensah’s office as aid) adding “no, no, no he can never be, he’s a small boy he can’t be my son. I have eight children and he is probably the age mate of my seventh child. My children are very, very, respectful, they don’t insult their elders.
“The kind of things this boy did is horrible. I would have divorced him if he were my son. He came around, I accepted him as a son, gave him all the opportunity and to be adopted as a son, but he turned round and stabbed me in the face, stomach and everywhere. That boy is a serpent, he is wicked.”