I’ll curse John Boadu, Freddie Blay – Hajia Fati threatens

Mon, 29 Apr 2019 Source: My News GH

Staunch supporter of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Hajia Fati has vowed to invoke curses on National Chairman and General Secretary of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr. Freddie Blay and John Boadu respectively if through their actions the party is defeated in 2020.

In a video of an interview he recently granted sighted by MyNewGh.com, the controversial diehard NPP supporter observed that the conduct of the two is pointing to the fact that they intend to see President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo become a one term president.

She observed that they have not been visiting the National Headquarters at Asylum Down but confined to their houses as though that was the reason they were voted for adding that the few instances they have come to the headquarters, they kept straight faces as though they had a grudge with some people.

“Don’t let Akufo-Addo go one term because if he does we will curse all of you”, he warned the two National Executives using swear words.

They have taken the positions and sleeping in their houses” she disclosed bemoaning the fact that they have equally refused to take care of those who labored for the victory of the party in 2016.

“They are not taking care of party people. If something comes up then they come to take cash, share among themselves and afterwards vamoose. When they come to the offices and see party staff then they frown their faces. They have forgotten that the party brought them into power…take care of the party people. You will still go and come and meet the party staff and members”, she revealed

Stressing further she said “you must be careful. You did not take the positions to sleep in your houses…was that why you were voted for? You have taken offices and you are sleeping in your homes as if the place is a cemetery. All those who have taken party positions from John Boadu and Freddie Blay”

Source: My News GH

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