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Ghana High Commissioner – Prof. Danso Boafo Endears himself to Demonstrators

By Rockson Adofo

Concerned Ghanaians worried about the nose-diving state of the Ghana economy marched to the Ghana High Commission today, Friday 29thJune 2012, to express their concern. They are worried that the NDC's prioritized policy of settling judgment debt payments is in effect unprecedented gargantuan official corruption masterminded by the NDC government. The NDC are resolutely determined and fond of continuing with the implementation of the policy regardless of its negative impact on the economy.

They delivered a petition to the UK High Commissioner to be forwarded to President Mills. They would like to see the President put in place serious measures to retrieve the money fraudulently paid to Mr Alex Agbesi Woyome, Construction Pioneer and other faceless persons and companies. From all empirical observations and facts available to discerning Ghanaians, the judgment debt payments are dubious means employed by the NDC government to enrich their party and them.

Professor Danso Boafo welcomed the petitioners with the respect and courtesy expected of a responsible, civilized, well educated and mature person. He assured the petitioners of his readiness to pass their written petition to President Mills without hesitation. He further advised all Ghanaians irrespective of their tribe and political affiliation to feel free to contact him on any issue about Ghana that bothers them, any time any day.

Nespa and Sources radios in the UK linked up with FM radio stations in Ghana to give the occasion live coverage.

Economic and financial crises have dominated Political coverage in all Political systems.
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