The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party, John Boadu, in a discussion on Hello FM, says the Pan-Africanist, politician, and journalist Kwesi Pratt is nowhere near him when it comes to achievement in politics.
Justifying his point, the NPP General Secretary says he led his party to move from an opposition with over 1 million margin votes, and his party won elections again.
Furthermore, John Boadu says he has been a National Secretary, a National Organiser, and a Director of Operations.
According to the General Secretary, Kwesi Pratt does not want him to win because he may not get the benefits from the National Democratic Congress if he, John Boadu, wins.
He stated further that out of five names of great performers and achievers in Ghana politics for their parties, his name will never be left out. "if you are mentioning five people that have helped their party to achieve great and credible achievements, my name cannot be left out of the list."
The General Secretary is still aspiring to be maintained in his position and he is doing that with the other five aspirants.
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