Professor Jane Nana Opoku Agyemang, is one of the key figures of the the National Democratic Party NDC. She is one greatest Icon and a role model in Ghana. During 2020 General elections, Former President John Dramani Mahama chose Jane Nana Opoku Agyemang as his presidential candidate. But unfortunately, they lost the 2020 elections.
Today 26th November 2021, Professor Jane Mensah have released a congratulation message to all NDC MP"s for their good and maximum efforts what has been put to display to kick against the 2022 Budget as it was presented by the Finance Minister Honourrable Ken Ofori Atta.
According to Professor Jane Mensah, the NDC members of Parliament needs to be congratulated for their good deeds. They did their very best by making sure that, Government did not pass the 2022 Budget. The reject of the Budget is the first of its kind in Ghana ever since we adopted Democratic system of Government.
"Congratulations to our gallant NDC MP's for defeating the Obnoxious 2022 Budget. A courageous fight for the Ghanaian people and a well deserved victory. History will be kind to You." - Professor Jane Mensah Stated.
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