Former General Secretary of New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Obiri Boahen says the party remains the only political group that can take Ghana to the promise land despite the current difficulties that the country is experiencing
He says the party's tradition places it above any political tradition when it comes to governance.
He adds that the recent booing of President Akufo-Addo is only a blip which comes with the political terrain, adding that no leader has ever been liked by everyone.
"It demonstrates that for every human being, there must be ups and downs. In life you won't always have it rosy at all times. These are issues you will encounter as a politician, as a human being"'
"Does this show NPP is not popular? No. NPP is popular today, tomorrow and beyond. NPP and the UP tradition, no tradition is capable of moving Ghanaians to the promised land apart from this tradition", he Obiri Boahen.
Mr Boahen made these remarks in an interview with Accra-based Okay FM on Wednesday, September28, 2022.
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