The National Youth Organizer for the Convention People's Party (CPP), Mr Moses Ambem has disclosed on Pan African TV morning show today, that if the National Democratic Congress (NDC) members of parliament approves the Agyapa controversial deal in parliament, they will never be trusted as political party in the country anymore.
The convention people's party national youth organizer representing his party on the show stated that, the National Democratic Congress members of parliament has a role to play for Ghanaians because the Agyapa deal has been described as "fraudulent and stinky deal" by the former special prosecutor, Martin Amidu.
Mr Moses Ambem made this statement when the minister designate for finance, Hon Ken Ofori-Atta told the vetting committee yesterday that the Agyapa deal is in the interest of Ghanaians.
He said the level of poverty in this country is high and people should not see the Agyapa deal as something easy but NDC MPs must help Ghanaians in rejecting the deal in Parlaiment, because their trust has been lost based on their previous acts in parliament in approving some ministers and if they failed Ghanaians this time, Ghana is doomed and people will never trust the NDC party again.
According to him, Ghana is a beautiful country that should have helped the youths to get jobs but Ghana is doing less with the potential they have and if the youths rises against the leaders, they cannot not stand the heat including him.
He finally begged NDC MPs to play a major role by convincing some NPP MPs to vote against the deal to win the trust of Ghanaians as minority who stands for Ghana when they tried to convinced NPP MPs to vote for the news speaker of Parliament.
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