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Akufo-Addo’s ‘One To One’ Principle Must Start In NPP ‘One John Boadu, One Position’ 

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The General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) has challenged the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) Flagbearer to make sure his one-to-one ratio campaign promise is first implemented within in the NPP leadership.

The three-time Presidential candidate on his campaign tour of the Central Region recently pledged that his future government will build one factory in every district as part of his plans to industrialize and transform the Ghanaian economy.

He further promised during his tour of the Upper East Region last week that his regime will build a dam in each village in the Northern, Upper East and Upper West Region if he wins the 2016 elections.

But ever since Akufo Addo made these promises, stalwarts of the NDC including ministers have continued to rubbish his intended policies saying they are simply impracticable.

Others have even described him as a day dreamer who’s desperate to win power hence has resorted to churning out unrealistic campaign promises to hoodwink the Ghanaian electorate.

But speaking on Okay FM, Mr Asiedu Nketiah aka General Mosquitoe stated that Nana Akufo Akufo Addo must show how serious he is about the implementing of his one-to-one policy by making sure that each elected National Executive of the NPP occupies one position.

“Akufo Addo is going round telling Ghanaians that I will give one this to one that, but this doesn’t work in his own party. John Boadu alone is occupying three key positions at a time. He’s the Acting General Secretary, substantive National Organizer and the Director of Operations for the NPP 2016 Campaign. He should make sure this situation is reversed, let Ghanaians see the so called one-to one policy working within the NPP. You can’t promise us something, while you and your party do otherwise.

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