Presidential staffer and former member of parliament, Nii Teiko Tagoe has said the the Youth Organiser of the largest opposition political party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) George Opare Addo must explain why the demonstration he organised flopped.
In a Facebook post, Nii Teiko Tagoe said that George Opare Addo could not do his work well despite taking huge sums of money. He added that organisation and planning was very poor yielding such a low turnout.
He also begged the Youth Organiser to account for the money he used to make the placards and why it exceeded the number number of demonstrators.
"George Opare Addo must account for the money he was given to organize the youth and must also tell why the placards he supplied exceeded the number of demonstrators. Enough is enough and all they were able to organize was 1000 demonstrators ?
This is the best picture of the crowd from the demonstration so far and that is why all the NDC members are sharing it." He said.
Demonstrators looking frustrated
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