- Stephen Atubiga, has called for NDC's party's deputy organizer to resign
- According to him, the party should not allow its Deputy National Organizer Chief Biney to sit in any sensitive meeting the party holds
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A member of the communication team of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Stephen Atubiga, has called for the party's deputy organizer to resign.
He warned his party also not to allow its Deputy National Organizer Chief Biney to sit in any sensitive meeting the party holds.
Atubiga's warning follows news of the marriage arrangement between NPP's Afia Akoto and Chief Biney who is also the Deputy National Organizer of the NDC.
In a statement signed by himself, he indicated that it would be in the party’s best interest if Chief Biney is made to resign from his position in order to safeguard the party's information.
He pointed out how vulnerable the party could be in this election year as one of its organizers has found love with a member of the opposition party.
“The heartbeat, strength, and strategy of winning 2020 or election for NDC, is in the hands of the national organizer and his deputies. There is no room for family, love or stomach when leading us (NDC) as a national executive for (war) elections while wining and dining with our opponents ( enemies). The party is very naked now my people.” he wrote.
He, however, called on the John Mahama and other party executives to be conscious and vigilante whenever Biney was around.
In other news, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has revealed that the rate of debt accumulation over the last three years under the Akufo-Addo administration is the lowest Ghana has achieved in a decade.
According to him, regardless of the public debt which was recorded as at November 2019 as rising to GHS214.9 billion, the debt accumulation is still low.
Addressing a town hall meeting in Kumasi, Bawumia noted that the NPP promised that Ghana's macroeconomic stability would be improved and that has led to the Fiscal Responsibility Act, being met.
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