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MP Sampson Ahi ‘disenfranchise’ in Parliament and Facebook users ‘can’t think far’. Read comments

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Facebook set ablaze yesterday, July 18, when an audio purported be the voice of Deputy Water Resources, Works and Housing Minister, Sampson Ahi who was finding it difficult to pronounce the disenfranchise hit online and social media can’t have enough of the fun.

Several attempts by the Speaker and his colleague MPs to correct and assist him in the pronunciation proved futile, according to reports.

Reacting to this, some Ghanaians on Facebook who are interested in politics took the chance to bash the innocent man while others supported him by rubbishing the news.

Here are a few comments we were able to gather;

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