Dennis Miracles Aboagye has grown into one the infallible mouthpiece of the New Patriotic Party [NPP] with his thoughtful assertions and pronouncements on government policies and achievements.
His new statement on Facebook with a supporting video he posted after he had an intelligent discourse with NDC's Sammy Gyamfi on the TV3 network is a near-shocking statement.
He said that: as a country, we are not immune from crisis, especially one that is of a global effect. What however will make or break us as a country is the kind of leadership we have in times of crisis.
We have outlined the strategy to get us out of this and while at it, we are still delivering on infrastructure and social interventions for our people.
Let’s keep the faith in the New Patriotic Party as we work to get us out of this global crisis. Slowly but steadily we shall rise.
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