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RE: NPP USA Insists Mark Woyongo Must Be Sacked

RE: NPP USA Insists Mark Woyongo Must Be Sacked

First of all, NDC USA would like to know where were NPP USA when their candidate for President of a country said "all die be die"? Nana Akuffo Addo's reckless and unethical statement has been the seed of violent in your own party resulting in deaths of your own leaders. After all," all die be die"

Please stop kidding us with your myopic pretenses on value and morality.

To ask for someone to be sacked for some unconfirmed utterances which by the way is guaranteed by freedom of expression is beneath our understanding. If we also want to quote your leaders and their irresponsible statements over the years it may seem superfluous.

So NPP in USA grow up and stop waisting readers time and attention on unnecessary subjects. There are more important things that is happening in our nation today that we can discuss such as the progress in the economy.

Let us suggest to NPP USA few of those news flashes worthy for attention.

A strong cedi and reduction in fuel prices. Or better still, building of several senior secondary school building happening across many districts in the country. Now that you guys here have seen that "dumsor, dumsor" is not working as evident in the recent by- election you have started seeking unnecessary attention by bringing your usual concocted stories.

I will like to tell NPP USA to go put their party in order and stop their internal power struggle first before making outrageous demands. We wouldn't want to waste too much time on this one.

Source: NDC USA Secretariat.

Disclaimer: "The views/contents expressed in this article are the sole responsibility of NDC USA and do not neccessarily reflect those of Modern Ghana. Modern Ghana will not be responsible or liable for any inaccurate or incorrect statements contained in this article."

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