Akufo Addo’s Brother Joins Presidential Race

The executives and members of the National Patriotic Party (NPP) are reportedly dealing with a shock revelation that could make or break their party. Sources within the NPP reports that the party is faced with a fraternal battle that could potentially split the party down the middle.

No! Former president John Kufuor will not be running against his brother, Addo Kufuor; but Nana Akufo Addo will be up against his younger brother. Samuel L. Jackson, believed to be the long lost brother of Nana Akufo Addo, has officially declared his intention to seek the party’s nomination for the 2016 presidential race.

Our sources report that Samuel L. Jackson, the 65 year old Hollywood star, is the second son of Nana Akufo Addo’s parents and was christened Samuel Leroy Jackson Akufo Addo at birth. Although it is still unclear how the ‘Akufo Addo’ disappeared from his official documents, genealogists hired by YesiYesi Ghana have confirmed from extensive studies that Nana and Samuel are siblings.

The head of the team of genealogists compared the story of Samuel and Nana to the two unlikely twins, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, from the 1988 hit movie, Twins. “If you only compare their body frames and general physical build, you may be tempted to think Nana and Samuel are biologically unrelated. The most compelling evidence that confirms their biological connection is the fact that they are both genetically predisposed to have a strong liking for round shaped glasses. And you see further evidence when you look at their heads. They both like to keep it shaved and shiny.”

The genealogists believe there may be more Ghanaian public figures with long lost relatives in other parts of the world. They have therefore launched a special program to build a data base containing photos of Ghanaian public figures and their lookalikes. Anyone can stitch a photo of a public figure next to that of their lookalike and upload that on Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #GhLookAlike

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