Deputy General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Obiri Boahen, has noted that he’s personally not bothered about the rescheduling of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) manifesto.
Speaking on Atinka TV’s Ghana Nie Morning show, he noted that it is a normal thing to do as humans since there can always be a change of mind anytime.
“If the NDC has postponed their manifesto, we are not bothered . Because as humans, we can plan something and then an emergency can occur to change the plans. If NDC has postponed its manifesto, ordinarily, as an individual, I think it is reasonable,” he said.
Explaining why the NPP kept mounting pressure and chastising the NDC, he said the NDC strongly condemned the NPP after it launched its manifesto instead of congratulating them and identifying loopholes and possible suggestions.
“When the NPP launched its Manifesto, the NDC condemned it and said that it is not credible, and that it is empty and all that, claiming they will launch theirs in no time and then they postponed it. At least the NPP will take you on. Obviously they will take you on because you have prepared the grounds for that verbal assault,” he stated.