- Nana Konadu says the NDC government is "chasing its shadows and tails"
- The Mahama-led administration has been accused of being behind the raid of a think tank office
- The former first lady thinks the NDC government's end is near
Former first lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings has cast a slur on the Mahama-led administration in a Facebook post.
The 31st December Women's Movement leader in an Easter post described the NDC government as feeling extremely nervous and worried, thus the “raiding of offices, homes and even cemeteries”.
Six people and a policeman in uniform on Thursday night raided offices of think tank group Danquah Institute.
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The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has pointed accusing fingers at the National Security of doing the bidding of government by raiding the pro-NPP think tank offices.
Also inferring from Nana Konadu’s post, the former first lady seemed to suggest that the end for the NDC was. “When you see them chasing their tails and shadows. You should know their end is near,” she opined.
“You can't stop the wind of change. You can't stop the will of the people,” Agyemang Rawlings noted.
When you see them paranoid.When you see them raiding offices, homes and even cemeteries.When you see them chasing...
Meanwhile, government has denied being behind the raid of the Danquah Institute. They also denied claims by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that it [government] has plans to orchestrate attacks on the party’s presidential candidate and running mate.
Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings was the First Lady of Ghana from 4 June 1979 to 24 September 1979 and 31 December 1981 to 7 January 2001, both times under President Jerry John Rawlings.