Sarah Adwoa Safo Tiktok Profile Remains Unavailable After Backlash From Other Parliament, What Happened?

Sarah Adwoa Safo, a previous MP turned TikTok star, has turned into the buzz of Ghana lately because of her deeds and inactions via online media.

What Befell Sarah Adwoa Safo Tiktok?
Sarah Adwoa Safo has eliminated her Tik Tok page only hours in the wake of being put to the sword by Kennedy Agyapong, a ballistic official.

As per GhanaWeb, Adwoa Safo, the Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection, had a realized TikTok account with the username @sarahadwaosafo that had north of 12,000 devotees with just three recordings up until recently.

Safo’s steady nonappearance from Parliament has been reprimanded by individual New Patriotic Party (NPP) official who has blamed her for attacking the party.

Sarah Adwoa Safo Profile Unavailable After Backlash From Other Parliament In one of his new eruptions, Agyapong alluded to the long range informal communication site where Sarah Adwoa Safo had recently posted three recordings, shooting her and advising her to rather vie for a spot on TikTok.

As indicated by the ACWP, the assaults on Adwoa Safo, one of only a handful of exceptional ladies in Parliament, are intended to ruin her according to the general population.

Sarah Adwoa Safo Wikipedia Sarah Adwoa Safo is recorded on the authority page of Wikipedia, and it incorporates data in regards to Sarah’s initial life and vocation.

Safo is a Member of Parliament for the New Patriotic Party, addressing the Dome Kwabenya Constituency in Ghana’s Greater Accra Region.

She got home mentoring and finished her GCE A-Level in 1998. Adwoa signed up for the University of Ghana Faculty of Law at 17 and graduated with a Bachelor of Law degree in 2002.

In her last year, Safo was the VP of the Law Students Union. She happened to the Ghana School of Law and, at 22 years old. She was conceded to the Bar in October 2004.

Sarah Adwoa moved on from George Washington University with a graduate degree in regulation. In 2017, she was named Minister of State for Government Procurement.