Astute female journalist, Afia Pokuaa also known as Vhim Lady made some interesting but controversial comments during a live radio show which she hosts, Egyaso Egyaso today. She declared boldly that the National Democratic Congress is an incompetent party and that they will not be do anything when they gain power. The reason which for which she said was an issue related to the #fix the country demonstration.
Prior to that statement, she admonished the Ghanaian youth to fix their attitude and voting pattern rather than dissipating their energy fruitlessly on the fix the country demonstration. She went ahead to advise the youth of the country to rather form a political party called the #fix the country political party. She claimed that if they formed that political party, the results they will gain will be more beneficial than what they are doing now. She went ahead to predict that if Ghanaians vote for the NDC again, the same problem will continue to persist. This is because, she claimed that the performance of the NDC had already been assessed and as such, rendered them one of the incompetent parties in Ghana.
"Do not think of voting for NDC. They are incompetent. They cannot fix the country", Afia Pokuaa.
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