When certain major NPP figures were implicated in the missing excavator saga, the term "Party Hia Sika" became popular as that was the main motive behind the sale of these excavators. On his show, Loud Silence TV, Kelvin Taylor revealed a new scandal in the New Patriotic Party that is being conducted in the open. Kelvin Taylor revealed the newest method through which the Party's General Secretary planned to pay for the party's activities. John Boadu personally disclosed this innovative method. The scheme was that all government appointees were to make some monetary contributions to the party. Kelvin Taylor regarded those plans as serious plans and disclosed that it would cost the party in the 2024 elections. Kelvin Taylor explained that the indirect message John Boadu was sending to these appointees is that they should loot the nation's coffers. Kelvin Taylor stated emphatically that this was a clear case of "party his sika".
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