Honourable Haruna Iddrisu, the minority leader in Parliament and member of the National Democratic Congress is one of the few members of the party who has the capability of making things go in a way that will favor the party and it's members as a whole. He has been a member of the party for several years and has made several efforts to get the party and it's members to their best.
Haruna Iddrisu has also come out to criticize the the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) on several occasions. He has also used most of his platforms to enlighten Ghanaians on the need to vote the NDC back into power. He is mostly seen using the failures of the NPP as a tool for winning the hearts of most Ghanaians.
Speaking with the media earlier today, Honourable Haruna Iddrisu boldly said that, the ruling NPP government has not been able to fully satisfy the needs of Ghanaians and with the way things are going, there is no way they can win the next general election. According to him, he is very confident that, the NDC will see success in the next elections.
“From the way things are going, I think there is no way you (the NPP and it's members) you are going to win the next election. We have put a lot of measures in place to ensure that, the next election is transparent and we are are very confident that, we will be declared winners at the end of everything”, he said.
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