The Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Barbara Serwaah has assured all NDC sympathisers that the party would win this year's election to honour the late Jerry John Rawlings.
Madam Babrah Serwaah made this promise in an interview with Joy News about the sudden demise of Ghana's longest serving President.
The former Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources was quizzed about the non-existence of probity and accountability, values the former president stood for in recent years.
She replied by saying that Ghana has lost the probity and accountability value Jerry John Rawlings stood for under the current New Patriotic Party government. She further stated that bribe has become gift under the current NPP government.
The NDC Deputy General Secretary later revealed that, she was discovered by the late JJ Rawlings in 1996 at Prempeh Assembly Hall in Kumasi.
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