NDC not ready for opposition – Johnson Asiedu Nketiah

General Secretary of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah has ruled out any possibility of the umbrella family going into opposition.

The chief scribe of the NDC said the party has chalked remarkable achievements; hence, they will win the elections hands down without stress.

According to him, the record of the NDC will speak for them when Ghanaians goes to the polls to cast their vote.

He said, his party will win the upcoming general election based on his party’s record in the last four years.

Speaking to Rainbow Radio 87.5FM, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah said, the infrastructural projects embarked upon by his administration has been unprecedented despite the challenges, adding that ”the electorate will retain his government in power based on the achievements.”

He explained, the NPP are only making baseless political accusations that government has failed to improve upon the lives of Ghanaians just to win sympathy votes; however, the will continue to stay in opposition because they lack any message to woo the electorates on their side.

He condemned the NPP and said the presidential candidate lacks the ingredients to be elected as president.

Commenting on their achievements as a party over the last 24 years, Johnson Nketiah said, they expect to celebrate their Silver Jubilee in grand style next year.

The NDC, he opined, is the only political party in Ghana, will records unbeaten in the areas of fighting corruption, transforming and putting people first, ensuring the rule of law and building a resilient and strong economy.

When asked if the party will be able to celebrate its Silver Jubilee when in opposition, he replied saying, GOD FORBID! The NDC is not ready for opposition. We will win the elections based on our achievements. We have done so well for this country. So Ghanaians will retain us in power.”

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