I Smell The Scent Of Death On NPP If We Continue To Behave Same Way We Did – Kusi Boafo Warns
By Glasss | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 10593 views
Hon Thomas Kusi Boafo on Peace FM's Kokrokoo show said that he smells the scent of death on NPP in 2024 if they continue to behave the same way as they did in 2020.
According to him, how can they get 169 Parliamentary sit in 2016 and in 2020 137 sits in parliament?
He said that if what happened in 2020 should happen again, it will be very terrible for them.
He said that things that happened in 2020 where DCE and MCE went against Parliamentary candidates, independent candidate immerging from several angles and false allegation put on them, lapses upon lapses from mature members, bribery and corruption associated with members of Parliament.
If all this thing should continue then the NPP should know that they are the ones digging their own grave.
He encouraged that NPP should behave like Dankwah Bushia who never wanted state money but want what was best for the people.
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