Popular social media commentator who is widely known as Kwesi Pratt has finally blasted the NDC party leadership for taking their supporters for granted. In an interview with Kwame Sefa Kayi on Peace FM, the popular social media commentator disclosed that he is very disappointed in the leadership of the NDC party since they failed to do what they were ought to do. He added that the leadership of the NDC party must be changed immediately after the mess they have caused in the party.
He continued by saying that the NDC party leaders must not think that their supporters will vote for them in the 2024 general elections since they have rendered them useless base on the verdict of the court. The Leadership of the NDC must bow their heads in shame base on the pain they have caused their members. They have taken their supporters for granted and i can assure the NDC leadership that they will pay for it in 2024. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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