Ghanaians Must Teach NDC And NPP A Serious Lesson - Nana Aba Anamoh
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Ghanaians Must Teach NDC And NPP A Serious Lesson – Nana Aba Anamoh

Ghanaian award-winning media personality Nana Aba Anamoh has woken the public up concerning the two big political parties NPP and NDC.

The outspoken TV personality who last evening’s news show on GHoneTV stated that the two top political parties have taken Ghanaians for a ride. which is very true.

She made this statement following the recent alleged list published by the NDC on family and friends in the Akufo-Addo government. And Also NPP’s Akufo-Addo’s recent visit to Aflao in the Volta Region where he said some things about the opposition party.

Nana Aba in a video you are about to watch below tells NPP’s Akufo-Addo to to focus on his work to improve the lives of the Citizens instead of of talking about John Dramani Mahama all the time.

The outspoken TV personality also asked rhetorically how many jobs the president has created since he assumed office, whiles hitting hard at the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and New Patriotic Party (NPP) for doing little to help Ghanaians in during their respective tenure.

According to her, we as Ghanaians have taught the two parties some lessons which are not dat serious, therefore we must teach them a serious lesson (which may be by not voting for them at all).

Watch video below;

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