The leader of “Common Sense Family”, a pressure group with the intention of enlightening Ghanaians on matters of religion and politics, Avraham Ben Moshe, has in a Facebook live video reiterated that the ruling New Patriotic Party has already lost the 2024 elections in advance.
Avraham Ben Moshe was reacting to criticisms on his person by the 2020 Parliamentary Candidate of the NPP in the Kpone Katamanso Constituency, Mr Hopeson Adorye and a US based Ghanaian popularly known as Daddy Fred.
He was of the view that the actions of some members of the New Patriotic Party, particularly Hopeson Adorye, Daddy Fred and others are only provoking Ghanaian youth and is likely to cause more harm to the party in the next general elections in 2024.
Visibly unhappy Avraham Moshe did not mince words as he descended heavily on the Hopeson Adorye and Daddy Fred.
He warned the duo to be mindful of whatever “lies” they put in the public domain about him because he won’t take it lightly next time.
He was of the view that the ruling NPP has borrowed a lot with little to show and that the party has really disappointed Ghanaian youth.
Meanwhile, Hopeson Adorye in another viral video has indicated that he won’t keep quiet on any person who verbally abused President Akuffo-Addo and that if any NDC member does that, he would reciprocate same on former President Mahama.
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