Yammin fires at NPP, expresses disappointment in Nana Addo

Source: Bernard Buachi - ModernGhana.com

Ashanti regional Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress says he is surprised the New Patriotic Party have not found their way to the police if they indeed know of any arms cache the NDC is keeping.

Joseph Yammin, who spoke to Ultimate radio's Bernard Buachi in an interview, said the allegation that the NDC was stockpiling ammunition in the region to create mayhem during the election is baseless. He challenged them to report to the police and stop politicking based on hollow allegations. He expressed disappointment at the Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party, Nana Akufo Addo for not bothering to crosscheck information fed him before making pronouncements on political platforms.

The NDC secretary also faulted allegations that the NDC hired people to collapse the stage on which Nana Akufo Addo was campaigning. He expressed surprise the NPP has not preferred any allegation against “owner services”; the company that provided the stage for the NPP rally but only saw it fit to make unsubstantiated allegations in the direction of the NDC.

He says he has information that the stage was free; an indication of how the New Patriotic Party's free SHS policy will collapse.

-Bernard Buachi
Ultimate Radio.

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