A Communications member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Ashanti region of Ghana, has boldly stated that from how the president is being quiet on how some Ministers are working under his government will be very difficult to break the 8 for the next general elections in the country.
Mr. Jimmy Boakye Ansah speaking on Wontumi radio and television station earlier this morning that the Accountability to the Ghana's economy is fair but the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party is trying to make it unpopular through their communiques.
I have been wondering how this breaking the eight slogan will pass through because the Ndc Executives are always planning evil and unfair ideas to every individual Ghanaian. Looking at the reports from others political parties, they are all satisfied about Nana Addo but not the biggest opposition political party.
Nana Addo must make sure that whoever is not ready to help us retain power in 2024 must be sanctioned from our beloved Npp party. Jimmy Boakye Ansah added
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