General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress Johnson Asiedu Nketiah was unaware that he was been recorded on camera in the studios of Peace FM. What he said to morning Show host Kwame Sefa Kayi has been trending on social media as attached below.
What actually did Asiedu Nketiah say?
Despite his initial position against the registration of Ghana Card to the extent of urging National Democratic Congress members to boycott it, Asiedu Nketiah confessed to having subscribed to the Ghana Card. Not only that, he told Kwame Sefa Kayi about how he has linked his Ghana Card with his Bank Account, Social Security and National Insurance Trusts ( SSNIT) Card and Health insurance.
Perhaps, Asiedu Nketiah wouldn't have made this known on camera because people may tag him as a hypocrite. Well, whether he is a hypocrite or not, his action has shown statesmanship. Ghana Card is for all and sundry and must be embraced.
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