Madam Joy Joycelyn Andoh, a disqualified NPP candidate in the incoming parliamentary primary elections in the Tarkwa Nsuaem Constituency decided to gear her disappointment to something different; an independent candidate.
Madam Andoh who was disqualified could not meet the expectations of the FF- Antoh led vetting committee to partake in the oncoming 20th June Parliamentary Elections.
Apparently Madam Joy could not be bothered as she probably might have the finances and other back-ups in this quest as it is pathetically obvious that most voters are interested in the incapable rich than the capable poor.
She couldn’t waste her time in this democratic dispensation but quickly opt for the independent candidate way. But there are some people asking questions as always on whether it was needful and profound for one to go independent in a parliament with such dominance by the majority, the competitive minority barely have a say. What then would be the stand of an Independent candidate in such a house?
By the way, posters of Madam Joy are already making rounds in Tarkwa.
Meanwhile, the current MP for Tarkwa Nsueam Hon. George Mireku Duker is running unopposed in the coming elections.