New MP Lydia Alhassan visits electoral victims after minority pressure

Newly-elected Mp for Ayawaso East Wuogon Hon Lydia Seyram Alhassan has finally visited victims of the Ayawaso by-election violence at the 37 military where they  are responding to treatment.

She donated  5000ghc to support the treatment the  six victims who are said to be supporters of the opposition National Democratic Congress.

Her visit comes a day after she was tagged “a bloody widow” amid a boycott by the minority during her swearing in parliament.

Lydia Alhassan contested and won her late husband, Emmanuel Agyarko’s  in an election which was boycotted by the NDC.

Sixteen people suffered brutalities from masked men believed to be members of the NPP during last Thursdays election to elect a new replacement for the late MP, Kyeremanteng Agyarko.

Accompanying her to the hospital were some members of the NPP, who equally console the victims of the shooting incident that took the shine off the election.

She was sworn into office on Tuesday,

However, following some disturbances at La Bawaleshie, one of the over 130 polling centres, the NDC says they would not recognise the new MP.

The minority have accused her of failing  to condemn the bloody incident the very election that brought her to power.

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