According to the General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia, his daughter Ama is going through a lot at her workplace and needs prayers to help her withstand the occupational hazards.
He Made this known in an interview with Ama Pratt on Pan African TV. Asiedu Nketia added that, people sometimes abuse Ama verbally because she is the daughter of Asiedu Nketia and automatically an NDC member.
Asiedu Nketia promised to bring her on TV one day to tell her own story. His submission opened can of worms. Many people texted into the show to explain how they are also facing stigma and abuse because of political affiliation.
Johnson Asiedu Nketia begged party and political leaders to enact laws which will prevent such occurances at workplaces.
" As I'm talking, I can't even mention the name of her workplace for fear of orders from above to get her sacked. We can only pray" He added
Ama Pratt sided with Asiedu Nketia and urged him to stay calm because everything will surely be under control some days to come.
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