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Meet secretary of Facebook State


by Chris-Paul


they say it’s never easy in a politician’s life, just for the simple reason that there is no time to socialise, because the itinerary is always full.
But that just does not seem to be the case with our good old Dr Ngurare and his FB BFF, Margret Mensah-Williams. One wonders when these two work, because the rate at which they co-operate on the social network is swift.
Rest assured that every time Ngurare shouts on FB, Maggie answers. I think the good old Dr. and his open-minded BFF should move their office desks to Facebook headquarters.
Point of advice Cde, please, should you wish to castigate low-performing fellow politicians, take the debate to Parliament ‘cause FB is just not just the place for you. After all you are in the party structures so there is no need to be Facebook heroes.