Blame game rocks major political parties as John Boadu Allesges NDC is responsible for registration violence


The level of blame games that have engulfed voter registration violence between the opposition NDC and the ruling NPP are gaining momentum as days pass by in the lead up  to the December 2020 polls. Information gathered by suggest that, the NPP has blamed NDC for being responsible for the scores of violence witnessed in some places across the country following disagreements between members of the two major political parties in the country.

The General Secretary of the ruling NPP, John Boadu, addressing a press conference yesterday Monday 10th July 2020, said: “Ladies and Gentlemen, the NDC, in their usual fashion, continued with their acts of violence against innocent Ghanaians and on members of the NPP during the registration exercise. You would recall that John Mahama is on record as having told Ghanaians that when it comes to violence, no political party in the country can match the NDC”. To the general secretary, It is thus not surprising that during this mass registration, the NDC hooligans were again at their best visiting mayhem on our people.  adding that,


He further asserted that, happily, ladies and gentlemen, in a reported Facebook live session held on tour in Kete Krachie, the leader of the NDC, John Mahama, having initially bastardized the voter registration, has now conceded that the exercise has been successful adding that, the NPP expect him to apologize to the nation for the dangerous ethnic sentiments he raised, jeopardizing the security of the state with unwarranted attacks.


“His actions which were mirrored by the leadership of his party unduly created fear and raised political tension in the country. Certainly, Ghanaians didn’t deserve this from an immediate past President of this great country who is again seeking the mandate.” John Boadu reiterated.


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