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Details: Prof. Joshua Alabi goes ‘dirty’ on NPP Activist, insults him and his parents

Former rector of the UPSA, astute member of the National Democratic Congress and former presidential candidate aspirant for the NDC, Prof. Joshua Alabi has allegedly rained insults on an NPP activists, according to screenshots sighted by Ghanatribune.com.

The activist, Baba Waala, in a post on facebook accompanied by the screenshot explained that, the professor through his official verified facebook account came to his messenger, raining insults on him and his parents after apparently commenting on a post of his that he found distasteful.

The Professor shared a write up by the NDC’s Sammy Gyamfi which in summary said the Supreme court cannot uphold a declaration that the EC itself has admitted was wrong.

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Baba Waala’s comment read: “All of these plenty of nothing writeup won’t change a thing until you present to court your collated figures. No one cares about your noise that EC made a mistake. If mistakes weren’t pardonable you would have been thrown out of court yourselves on the 1st day as you sought amendments of your mistakes. You were allowed to the corrections and even that you made mistakes again. So why do u think others mistakes are enough grounds of your logic that no one crossed the line. If you couldn’t take scores of your match against another team you have no reason to complain. Stop the “crying nonsense”

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It is believed that the last sentence incensed the Professor who messaged him with the insults which read “Nonsense? You’re as stupid as your parents”.

Baba Waala on his part has bemoaned why the Professor would decide to insult his parents when they were not the ones who offended him. see SCREENSHOTS below.

Source: Ghanatribune.com