NDC Parliamentary aspirant dies few days after picking nomination forms

Reports reaching us indicate that Emmanuel Max-Voy, National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary aspirant for Ashaiman Constituency in the Greater Accra Region,  has died. The incident reportedly occurred at 11pm years the 4th of August 2019 at the Ridge Hospital where he was undergoing treatment.

Emmanuel Max Voy

Reports suggest that Emmanuel Max-Voy became ill after picking his nomination forms. He was rushed to the hospital where he receiving treatment until his demise.

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It was also reported that he came from hospital where he was receiving treatment for the vetting process. During the vetting, he collapsed and was immediately rushed to the hospital.

Close sources have anonymously disclosed that the deceased was battling with severe  Kidney and Ulcer problems.

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Emmanuel Max-Voy, was running against incumbent MP, Ernest Henry Norgbey for the parliamentary seat for the Ashaiman constituency.

His family and party have not yet made an official statement.The events continue to unfold. Keep visiting this site as we bring you updates on this story. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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