A significant secret regarding the general secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Asiedu Nkeiah, over insults in Ghanaian politics has eventually been disclosed by popular leading member New Patriotic Party, Kwabena Agyepong, who also tends to happen to be a former general secretary of the NPP.
During an interview on Good Evening Ghana Asiedu Nketiah, according to Kwabena Agyepong, was the one who initially popularized insults in Ghanaian politics. Before the 2008 elections, he said, there were no insults in our politics until Asiedu Nketiah referred to the 17 candidates for the NPP presidential nomination as a gang of thieves. You know, in Ghana, people tend to be decent and respectful of one another.
Prior to the 2008 elections, our politics were in a similar predicament. We had 17 candidates running for president during our internal elections, which led Asiedu Nketiah to refer to them all as a group of thieves.
As soon as I heard it, I immediately phoned him to correct him and let him know that he didn’ t need to say that. After that, Sir John also made the decision to travel tow to tow with him, which is why our current political climate is full of insults. Asiedu Nketiah, in my opinion, is the father of political insults. On Good Evening Ghana, Kwabena Agyepong bravely made this admission.
He announced that no one notified him former President John Dramani Mahama was heading to admit the loss, even then he was leading the party at the time.
According to him, Asiedu Nketiah’s body dialect in 2016, when Mr. Mahama was admitting setback Revealed jeywas delighted the party had lost.
He claimed that’s an information studey, the general secretary’s body language revealed that he was a happy guy despite the NDC’s loss in the 2016 elections. He told him that if he continued to attack him, he would be exposed.
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