Eric Amankwa Blay, a wannabe Mp in the simply finished New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary primaries at Assin North has returned for all the bikes he gave to delegates after a humiliating defeat.
Eric Amankwa Blay had shared 250 bikes to delegates preceding the political decision to every one of the surveying stations in the voting public.
In spite of the fact that he crusaded energetically over the length and expansiveness of the voting public, his presentation was appalling when the conclusive outcomes were reported on Saturday.
He had 44 votes as against the occupant MP Abena Duruwa Mensah who secured 389 votes.
Responding to the issue, the Assin North Constituency NPP secretary, Emmanuel Asamoah said the gathering initiative will meet Mr Blay to address the issue as the painful outcomes made Mr Blay and his supporters raged into different places of representatives over the conctituency to recover the bikes shared among party individuals to cast the polling forms in support of himself.
The crushed wannabe who addressed Adom News’ Alfred Amoh said the thought process behind the circulation of the bikes was for crusade purposes.
He said besides, inability to embrace his candidature implies you don’t care for the bike.
He said: “I’m not taking back the money but as for the bicycles, I need them back”.
As per him, the unit cost of the bike is ¢300. Aside from the bikes, Mr Blay cases to have shared ¢200 and ¢500 to each delegate and electorate officials to support his candidature however neglected to do as such.