Maverick Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako, has hinted that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) would've made a mess of things had they been responsible for organizing Ghana's 60th Independence anniversary celebrations in his opinion.
Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako, popularly known as Chairman Wontumi, is known by many to be a man who speaks his mind, and speak his mind he did.
"The event which took place successfully under the current New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration wouldn’t have been the same had the National Democratic Congress (NDC), remained in power," said the Maverick NPP executive.
Speaking on peacefmonline.com, the NPP Ashanti Regional Chairman said that had it been an NDC organized celebration, certain NDC officials would have padded the expenses in order to enrich themselves off of the state coffers.
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“Koku Anyidoho would have been busy for nothing going round looking for opportunities to do the country in. Stan Dogbe would have also shifted his attention on printing souvenirs like presidential dairies and end up incurring huge debt for the nation to pay whilst lining his pocket.
NDC wouldn’t have acted serious in organizing a national event so in the end we would have a disorganized event that only children can enjoy. It would be like the kiddafest show, though educative and fun, only children of a certain age can enjoy”, he said.
“They (NDC foot soldiers) would have been at the parade grounds in their party t-shirts and marched alongside our security forces. If you dare stop them, Aseidu Nketia would tell you that he has instructed them to do it and ex-president Mahama would have watched on haplessly”, Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako added.
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