The current political brawl which is ongoing between the Ndc’s Asiedu Nketiah and Paul Adom Otchere got heated a few days ago. This was after Paul Adom Otchere called out Asiedu Nketiah and criticized him for not being professional in some statements he made during an interview.
Paul Adom Otchere took to his television station some criticizing statements which made Asiedu Nketiah angry.
Asiedu Nketiah reacted and this sparked the brawl which has persisted for some time now. Speaking this evening, Paul Adom Otchere claims he is not going to beef anyone because of different opinions on different things.
He sounded disturbed and disappointed in Asiedu Nketiah as he begun the program but was calm midway and wished everything is allowed to settle and cool off. Paul said, I would personally say we should forgive each other and move on if the general secretary for the Ndc has personal issues against me.
Paul Adom Otchere was met with comments and insulting word under the comment section. This was because supporters of Asiedu Nketiah feel he made it sound as if he is not at fault but rather, it is Asiedu Nketiah who has issues against him.
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