Mahama And Asiedu Nketia Are Disgracing The Party; Sack Them - Political Guru From KNUST
By Building_house | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 433 views
Ghanaian popular social media commentator and political science lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science And Technology, Dr.Akwasi Amakye Boateng has called the National Democratic Congress sympathizers to sack John Dramani Mahama and Asiedu Nketia.
According Dr Akwasi Amakye, the action of the current leadership of the National Democratic Congress has soiled the image and name of the party and so he must be shown exit from the party
Speaking on Angel FM morning show monitored by this reporter, he said the utterances of the NDC leadership claiming that Jean Mensa and the Electoral Commission stole the 2020 general election for president Akufo Addo and the evidence given by Asiedu Nketia do not match. According to him, their evidences and their call for their supporters to demonstrate on the streets are far opposite
According to him, any political leader whose actions or inactions and comments can destabilise the country and the party as a whole without any tangible evidence must be shown the exit before they cause more harm to the party.
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