Former MP Cries aloud as he's living in the Benevolent of other People

Nii Amasah Namoale former Member of Parliament for the La Dadekotopon constituency in the Greater Accra Region  has been in a tragedy after sitting back as a Member of Parliament. 



In an interview with Accra-based Adom TV, Nii Amasah Namoale narrated the discomfort he has been through fit fish out for job and a place to stay. 

He has tabled that he now join the benevolence of people he supported when he was a Politician. 

He narrated the stress. 

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“In this part of our world, provisions have not been made to cater for former MPs. You won’t get a job when you are looking for one. I have tried to find a àjob several times but I am not getting one so I fall on my own business. If not for the support of people who help me with something to fall on my business, life would have been difficult.

He said, “If you do everything right for the state, if you do everything right for the people, [they’ll help you]. Those I helped while I was a minister…I didn’t take any money from them for contracts, permits, licenses…once in awhile, these people come and give me money for support,” 

He added that former MPs with ailments are the worst affected when they exit office.

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Mr. Namole has cleared the air that some Politicians can't afford bills and food after serving as Members Of Parliament. 

“Life can be hard for former MPs especially those with illness. I’m over sixty and I’m blessed not to be having these illnesses but where do those who have illnesses go to? They don’t have the money to do the things they’ll want to do.

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“There are several of my colleagues who are struggling but I can’t mention their names. For some of them, their hospital bill is even a challenge. For some, what to feed on is really difficult,” the former MP said.

Namoale says despite his current predicament, he feels grateful to have had the opportunity of serving as an MP. 

Source : Viralnews Gh. 

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