- Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings said the NPP government needs time to fix the "mess" NDC created in eight years
- Her comments have not gone down well with some Ghanaians
- Some people have said that she is supporting the government because she fears persecution
YEN.com.gh reported the story of former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, jabbing the NDC over the NPP.
According to Nana Konadu, the Akufo-Addo-led NPP government needs time to fix the ‘mess’ which the NDC created in eight years.
Her comments came on the heels of the NDC accusing the government of various misconducts including the alleged increase of VAT which never saw the light of the day.
Apart from that the former first lady has often lambasted the NDC for various reasons, however, some Ghanaians on social media have called Nana Konadu names for supporting the NPP.
According to some of them, she is openly supporting the NPP because she is a hypocrite.
Many others claim Konadu has skeletons in her cupboard and fears prosecution for which reason she is supporting the NPP.
Read some of the comments here.
Godfred believes Mrs. Rawlings fears being persecuted if she should ever speak against the NPP
Seth thinks the former first lady is simply a disgrace.
Ohene also added that Konadu is pampering the NPP because of Skeletons in her cupboard.
Atika claims Konadu is a greedy woman.
Paalo wondered why a woman like Konadu wants to rule Ghana.
Lagbo also pitied Rawlings himself for the kind of wife he has.
Haruna believes Konadu is a bad woman for her action.
There are many comments from the social media users which show that they are indeed not happy with Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings for always speaking ill about the NDC.
She is also the leader and founder of the National Democratic Party (NDP), which she founded in 2012 during the tenure of the late former President Evans Mills.
Nana Konadu has said the NDC was corrupt and she was in now way going to support it.
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