The largest opposition party National Democratic Congress (NDC) have joined scores of Ghanaians to mourn the departure of Mr Abu Kamara.
This month is like a curse in Ghana, with just less than 52 days more to election 2020, just within the space of two weeks we have lost two MPs and others been involved in gory accident who managed to survive.
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Mr Abu Kamara was the National Patriotic Party (NPP) parliamentary candidate for the Yapei-Kusawgu constituency in the region.
The deceased and his aide, Majeed Kotochi (Young Chief) and Adam Abu, met their untimely death in a gory accident at Adatope, near Tamale on Friday.
In a statement signed by the Regional Communication Officer, Malik Basintale, he noted they received the news at about 7am on October 17, 2020.
Following the death of Mr Kamara, the NPP have canceled campaigns in their constituency so as to allow constituents pay their last respect to the late Abu Kamara.
‘We console with his family, the families of Kotochi Joshua and Mr Awal Adam, their wives and children and the entire NPP fraternity as we direct all NDC sympathisers to join in mourning the sad loss of the entire Yapei-kusawgu constituency,” parts of the statement read.
The statement added: “Our condolences also go to the member of Parliament for the Yapei-kusawgu constituency, Hon John Abdulai Jinapor, for the loss of his contender, friend and brother, Kamara together with other constituents.”