Visionless, Corrupt NDC shouldn’t be taken seriously – Kusi Boafo

    Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of Public Sector Reforms, Thomas Kusi Boafo has described the opposition National Democratic Congress(NDC) as a visionless and corrupt party that should not be given a listening ear in Ghanaian politics.

    According to him, it is clear that the NDC has nothing new to offer in Ghanaian politics and therefore Ghanaians should not think of giving them power.

    He noted that the NDC’s campaign strategy, going into 2020 elections, is to attack the personality of government appointees who are working hard to ensure Ghanaians enjoy the best of life; an indication that they have nothing to offer.

    He said, “NDC has no vision for the country, they only resort to attacking the personality of people in government as their only resort”.

    “NDC is not a serious party, they are visionless and has nothing new to offer Ghanaians, the NPP came to power with a plan and we have executed most of the plans”.

    The Public Sector Reforms CEO said while in power, the NDC just embezzled funds and did nothing to better the lives of Ghanaians so they should not be given the power to draw Ghana back from the level the NPP has brought the country to.


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