Former Labor and Employment Minister, Haruna Iddrisu, has stated that the NPP failed to cement their victory on anything concrete.
According to the former Labor Minister and current Member of Parliament (MP) for Tamale South, the NPP's victory at the December 7th polls will be short-lived.
Mr. Iddrisu said that the NPP failed to cement their victory with an "adhesive", and that they used "saliva" instead. Although Mr Iddrisu didn't go as far as to elaborate what he meant by "adhesive" or "saliva."
“The Dagombas have a saying that says when you build a house with saliva, it collapses with dew.” "I am convinced that the NPP’s house is built with saliva and dew would collapse their home”, he said.
Speaking on Radio Gold, Haruna Iddrisu stated that despite the loss the National Democratic Congress experienced in the last general elections, the party is picking up the pieces and re-strategizing to attempt to retake political power in four year's time.
"We would hold Nana Addo accountable to his words so that his policy actions flaws would be exposed.”
“We would endeavor to remobilize and regroup like hunters and take the battle to the NPP in 2020 to recapture political power”, he stated.