Collapsing Banks: NPP Hoarding Money To Win 2024 Elections – Central Regional NDC Chairman Claims
Prof. Richard Kofi Asiedu, the Central Regional Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), asserts that the government’s failure of banks demonstrates that the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is stockpiling cash in order to win the 2024 parliamentary and presidential elections.
He makes it clear that money would be utilized to persuade voters to support them, but he also makes it clear that the NDC will overthrow the NPP with unanimity.
“NPP will use huge money in 2024 general elections to buy votes from electorates but will lose massively in both parliamentary and presidential elections because voters will collect the money and vote against the ruling party” he disclosed.
Prof. Kofi Asiedu made the statement at the ceremony to cut the ground for the construction of an ultra-modern party office in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AKK) constituency, where the Central Regional Party launched its campaign for 20 parliamentary seats.
He urged Ghanaians and every NDC member to unite and work hard so that the party would come to power in 2024.
“Removing NPP from power its a Communal Labour and not only party executives and I strongly believe NDC is moving forward for Victory” Prof Kofi Asiedu urged.
Prof Kof Asiedu charged all NDC members including executives of the party never to scam or defraud anyone in the name of the NDC threatening to expel anyone engage in such criminal acts.
“The negative nature of your action and attitude will have a negative effect on the party” Prof Kofi Asiedu stated.
For her part, Prof. Nana Ama Browne Klutse, a senior lecturer in the department of physics at the University of Ghana, sponsored the party with 50 bags of cement in order to build a party office and is considering running for the parliamentary seat in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese (AKK) district.
In order for the NDC to be declared the victor of the general elections in2024, she urged all of its members to exercise caution when the ballots are being counted.
In order to win the AAK seat as well as additional seats in the Central Region and the entire country, Prof. Browne Klutse pleaded with NDC members to put aside their differences and work together.