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Stop deceiving us- ‘Disappointed’ Asiedu Nketiah breaks his silence on these delicate issues

Honorable Asiedu Nketiah has boldly stated his points on what we are seeing in this country and how he expected things to go. And in doing so, he has boldly spoken his mind and broken his silence on the rate at which things are falling apart in this country. Asiedu Nketiah claims we deserve better as a country and not this kind of treatment. One of the promises that most candidates who run for the presidency make to Ghanaians is security or safety. They promise to protect not only the finance of the country but the people as well.

However, these promises are left bare and unattended to at some point as some government sectors responsible for security get busy with other matters. We mostly see our security officers engaging in political brawls and we begin to question their line of duty and what they’re obliged to do. Asiedu Nketiah whiles speaking touched on the recent crimes and murders that is happening in the country.

Adiedu Nketiah revealed that since Mahama was in office, there were no issues of these inhuman activities in the country and that’s because you dare not indulge in such activities. This according to Asiedu Nketiah was due to the competent government who were in power. He revealed that the right people were in power and ensured the safety of all Ghanaians but what do we see now? The selfish interest of people in government today has led to this level of incompetence.

Stop deceiving us each election year and failing us. The ordinary Ghanaian is not ordinary anymore and have now opened their eyes wide- Asiedu Nketiah fumed. He stated that Mahama has done a very great job whiles he led the Ndc in government and he knows that Ghanaians miss him now and wish he was in power. Asiedu Nketiah was promising and positive that the Ndc will come and redeem Ghanaians from this unsafe hands of government.

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