My son has been unemployed for 3 years because he is my son - General Mosquito (Video)

My son has been unemployed for 3 years because he is my son - General Mosquito (Video)

- NDC's General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has opened up on how his son lost his job at the harbour

- According to him, his son was removed from office because he was deemed to be too politically exposed

- He added that his son has been at home for three years now and is unemployed

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The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has revealed his son has been unemployed for three years now.

According to him, his son was sacked from a private company that operates with a government license at the harbor.

He added that the Ghana Ports and Harbour Authority (GPHA) informed the company that they could lose their license if Nketia’s son remains at post.

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The reason for the intent was that Nketia’s son was deemed to be politically exposed and for that reason he had to be kicked out.

Again, it was concluded he could easily import weapons into the country to overthrow the government, hence the need for his removal.

Some social media users reacted to his comments:

Mensah suggested Nketia's son should manage one of his companies.

Dominic believes his son lost his job the same way he had it.

Jabre argued that sons of other people have also lost jobs.

Dela believes Nketia is capable of feeding his son.

Dela again requested that Nketia reveals who the supposed son is.

Nyanteng wondered why Nketia has not employed his son.

Boafo also stated that Nketia should lie on the bed he helped create.

In other news Asiedu Nketia has stated that the NDC will continue to politicise COVID-19 until Akufo-Addo and his appointees are tested.

Asiedu Nketia believes President Akufo-Addo and some of his appointees were exposed to the virus when they visited Norway.

While speaking on NEAT FM's morning show, he said he does not understand the call made by a lot of people not to politicise the COVID-19 adding that governance in itself was politics.

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