The host of Peace FM Kokrokoo, Kwame Sefa Kayi has boldly sent a strong message to the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) concerning the National Democratic Congress (NDC). He made the comments on his show after an NPP MP, Kingsley Nyarko made some comments about the NDC.
During his submission on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo, Hon. Kingsley Nyarko revealed that the current NPP government has done very well even though the country is suffering from global crisis. He revealed that current Akufo-Addo government has constructed more asphalt roads than the previous NDC government. Sefa Kayi, however, came in and told the MP that they cannot continue to talk about the NDC because they have been out of power for the past five years.
Sefa Kayi boldly told the NPP to forget always attributing everything to the erstwhile NDC administration and comparing themselves to the NDC. He revealed that Ghanaians currently don't know any NDC government but the NPP and so it will be better for them to think like that. Sefa also questioned if the normal Ghanaian feels all that the NPP are saying they've done.
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