Tuesday, 23 July

Dec. 7: A day for Ghana to speak – Fifi Kwetey as he pledges NDC will prosecute corrupt NPP officials

Politics
He condemned the NPP administration for its perceived insensitivity and corruption, urging voters to make their voices heard

General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Fifi Kwetey, has issued a strong warning to officials of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), vowing that they will face prosecution for corruption if the NDC wins the upcoming elections.

During a press briefing in Accra, Mr. Kwetey criticised the NPP for mismanaging public funds and assured that these actions would not go unpunished under an NDC government.

He called on Ghanaians to vote against the NPP in the upcoming December 7 elections to ensure justice and accountability.

“A group of this nature, the best way to deal with them is to first and foremost get them out of power. The people of Ghana must rally together to make sure that these people are prosecuted so that an example is set once and for all for generations to come," he stated.

He condemned the NPP administration for its perceived insensitivity and corruption, urging voters to make their voices heard.

 “That you simply cannot become leaders of a country and become such a group of insensitive, corrupt, and uncaring people. So that is what it has to be. December 7 must be a day for the people of Ghana to speak,” Mr. Kwetey emphasised.

 

Source: classfmonline.com/Elikem Adiku