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Oye Lithur trolled over ‘fake’ pose for votes at Islamic prayers

The saying that politicians will go every length to win the votes of the electorate has been given some credence with  images of former Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection, Nana Oye Lithur’s Muslim prayers pose at this year’s ‘Eid-ul-Adha’ celebration hitting social media.

Social media users have roasted the gender activists over what they described as a fake pose under the guise of prayer when she joined Muslims at Adenten in commemoration of the day.


Nana Oye Lithur who is seeking to be elected as a parliamentary candidate for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) at the Adentan Constituency, has not only incurred the wrath of Muslims over what they termed as a hypocritical, she has been accused of making a mockery of celebrants who gathered to pray.

She is set to contest for the slot of the party in the forthcoming parliamentary primary with Adamu Mohammed Ibrahim said to be the younger brother of Second Lady Hajia Samira Bawumia.


Read some of the comments below;

Herhhhh NDC Politicians! what is the meaning of this? Lmao ???? ????????????

When did Oye Lithur accept Islam? This woman is the most insincere politician out there. Truthfulness does not reside in her. She could have chosen to be there, but to take part in the rituals? Naaa, that’s some clownery of some Martian origin ???????????????? Adentan people, over to you.

Oye Lithur Oye Lithur Oye Lithur




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