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Quit running down JB Danquah, you additionally lost hopelessly in parliamentary races - Kwesi Pratt

Kwesi Pratt Jnr, has been prompted not to run down Joseph Boakye Danquah, also called JB Danquah, one of the enormous six and great uncle to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The Managing Editor of The Insight paper, while adding to Pan African TV expressed that individuals who need to push the JB Danquah plan in cutting edge Ghana don't have the foggiest idea about their set of experiences since he [Danquah] as per history was just the Eastern Regional Chairman of the UGCC.


He further demonstrated that he can't fathom why JB Danquah is respected so profoundly today in light of the fact that "assuming you're searching for what might be compared to Danquah in current legislative issues today, it is Wontumi. I'm not kidding around. The level that Danquah accomplished in the UGCC has been achieved by Wontumi in the NPP. He was a territorial director.


"Indeed, even set that to the side, which political decision did J. B. Danquah at any point win? Every one of his efforts to challenge races, he lost. Indeed, even in his old neighborhood, Kyebi, they casted a ballot against J. B. Danquah. He was unable to try and win Kyebi. If J. B. Danquah couldn't be the pioneer behind Kyebi, his old neighborhood, how might he become an organizer behind Ghana?" he focused.


However, Dr. Sekou Nkrumah, one of the children of Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in a post on his Facebook course of events chastised the veteran columnist for "running down" JB Danquah.


To Dr. Nkrumah, when Kwesi Pratt chose to challenge as a Parliamentary competitor in 1996, he lost pitiably.


He said winning a political decision ought not be a proportion of one's political achievement.


"Kwesi Pratt running down JB Danquah is extremely off-base! Kwesi Pratt himself won no decisions in Ghana! Does he suppose we have failed to remember the 1996 decisions? He ran for parliament and lost pitiably.


"I don't figure winning or losing decisions ought to be a proportion of progress for lawmakers.


"After all Donald Trump won the USA decisions in 2016, however nobody can persuade me that he was superior to Hilary Clinton. I lie?" Sekou Nkrumah closed.

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