A day before being vetted, the prospective NDC constituency chairman becomes paralyzed.

According to a peculiar testimony provided by Kasapafmonline.com, a prospective Constituency Chairman for the National Democratic Congress became paralyzed the day before going before a screening committee in his constituency. 

Vicent Koomsom, the candidate, reportedly lost his ability to walk as soon as he got out of his car 24 hours before the vetting procedure in the Central Region's Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency. 

Because he had been so robust and active all these time, the incident has shocked his family and friends, who think that a spiritual plot has been hatched to derail his aspirations. 

He is alleged to have driven his own car to the scene of his paralysis. 

Vicent Koomsom was ultimately eliminated from contention for the chairmanship for an unspecified reason. Later, he appealed to the Regional Vetting Committee, but it confirmed its decision to disqualify him. 

His supporters contend that the man has aided the party in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese Constituency and that it is now appropriate for him to lead the party in order to seize power in the general election of 2024. 

If Vicent Koomsom is not given the chance to run for office, they admonished, the NDC will lose the constituency. 

His wheelchair-bound appearance to the NDC Central Regional Office to contest his disqualification was unsuccessful, and he subsequently submitted another appeal that is still being looked into. 

Vicent Koomsom's supporters claim Felix Kwakye Ofosu, a former deputy minister of communications and the area's 2020 parliamentary candidate, was responsible for Vicent Koomsom's disqualification. 

Felix Kwakye Ofosu has angrily refuted the charge, asserting that the vetting Committee carried out its duties in accordance with the party's norms and regulations and treated all aspirants fairly.

Source: Ghpage.com

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