The deputy Communications director for the New Patriotic Party, Jennifer Queen has accused members of the National Democratic Congress for causing the recent 'booing' incident which happened during the Global Citizen Festival in Accra
Speaking on Okay FM this morning, Jennifer Queen revealed that members of the NDC are behind the recent 'booing' incident. She added that it is the plan of the NDC to always heckle government officials, including NPP MPs and Ministers in public. She believes strongly that such persons have been paid to do such kind of work against the NPP administration.
Explaining further, Jennifer Queen added that the world at large is faced with crisis. She added that Ghana's inflation rate is far better than that of the UK. She urged Ghanaians consider certain things before they heckle any government official.
"That is the trait of the NDC. Which Ghanaian will wake up and say that he or she is going to 'boo' the president. That place is not a campaign grounds but they have taken it upon themselves that they will boo the government wherever they see them. It has been done to several government officials."
"They are the people behind it. Remember, we are in government and we won't allow such practice to happen. What they did not fair. Will they be happy if they are also booed at one day," she stated
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