Johnson Asiedu Nketiah is one prolific politician who has enormous experience gained over the years from working with dignitaries and statesmen. He is as fit as a fiddle and still has what it takes to lead the National Democratic Congress Party as its chairman.
The gentleman has intensified his campaign to assume a higher position from the current general secretaryship and it's going to be a tough contest between himself and other competent candidates who are also eyeing the chairmanship job with bated breath.
As luck would have it, it appears he stands a greater chance of winning, and his ardent support for the grassroots puts him in a better position among other potential candidates.
The gentleman stormed the studio of C tv, a popular media house to interact with the host and share his vision for the party should he emerge winner in the intra-party elections of the party. Strangely, the host alleged that the public has this "stingy" impression of him and he hoards money rather than sharing or spending with others.
In a canter, he debunked those assertions and claimed that he has never received a monthly salary as the general secretary of the NDC but receives tokens that are given to him intermittently. He sought to clarify that since he isn't paid by anyone, dishing out free money to people will be impossible.
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