Leading politician and Lawyer Nana Obiri Boahen made some strange analyses and revelations in the studio of Wontumi TV during a live show, The State Of Ghana Show. He started by saying that he will protect the Danquah-Busia-Dombo tradition at the peril of his life. He made an assumption prediction that if the NPP or the tradition is moved to opposition, then Ghana will forever be doomed. This statement alarmed the host which led to further analysis and history telling. Obiri Boahen dared the National Democratic Congress to name the number of astroturfs that were in Ghana before the NPP came into power. Having said that, he stated that Ghana based on history develops not only with the NPP but with the Dankwa Busia Dombo tradition.
"The NDC should at any point in time take it or leave it. I am ready to face anybody who claims to be a historian who disagrees with me to face me so that I disgrace him. The truth is that the Dankwa Busia Dombo tradition will hold in 2024 otherwise Ghana is doomed", Obiri Boahene explained.
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