- Jerry Rawlings says Hanna Tetteh's conduct is unacceptable and NDC must call her to order
- Rawlings he will be forced to react if she continues her gross disrespect to his Nana Konadu
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has warned former National Democratic Congress (NDC), Minister, Hanna Tetteh not to ever attempt disrespecting his wife, Nana Konadu.
According to Rawlings, he will be forced to respond strongly to the former Foreign Affairs Minister if she dares him.
Speaking in an address delivered at a Town Hall meeting with NDC cadres on Saturday, JJ Rawlings complained that Ms Tetteh has on several occasions maltreated his wife, Nana Konadu.
The former Ghanaian leader in his interaction with the party activists disclosed that, Hanna Tetteh has showed gross disrespect to the former First Lady at several high-profile functions.
He explained that the latest of all her disrespects happened recently at the independence anniversary event, where Ms Tetteh’s tight grip on Nana Konadu’s hand during a handshake
Jerry Rawlings in his conversation revealed that he was forced to send text message to former First Lady, Lordina Mahama about the incident hoping it will get to former President Mahama so that he [Mr Mahama] will call Ms Tetteh to order, but he never received any feedback from them to his surprise.
“I sent a message to Mahama’s wife that if she [Hanna Tetteh] tries that again, what I will do to her will surprise everybody whether in public or private. I sent the message to Lordina hoping it will get to her husband but I didn’t get any feedback that she has been called to order, nothing. So you will not correct wrongdoers who will use violence?” he quizzed.
He therefore cautioned top members of the NDC not to take him and his wife, Nana Konadu for granted.
“Nobody should joke with me,” Mr Rawings warned.
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