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The country is in the wrong direction-declare CDD.

Mon, 22 Aug 2016 Source: Sangaparee, Clement

The Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) an integral wing of the violent prone NPP has claimed that 70% of Ghanaians believed that Mahama had failed in bringing down the cost of living, and that prices of basic goods and services are out of reach for the average Ghanaian. In sum, 7 out of 10 Ghanaians have clearly rejected President Mahama’s leadership of this country and cannot tolerate another four years of his leadership. Fair enough, but as a card bearing member of the NDC, some of us do not care when the blood soaked tribal NPP members tickle themselves and laugh as if Nana Akuffo Addo will bring MANNA from heaven if he should win the 2016 elections-God forbid, because he will see Canaan, but will never set foot on its soil-you mark my words.

The so-called CDD recent survey has revealed that majority of Ghanaians believe that the country is heading in a WRONG DIRECTION and the NPP is of the view that the “damning report” captures the so-called pain of Ghanaians and the great desire for change in election 2016 after only four years of Mahama’s Presidency simply because he is a Northerner form a minority tribe and not that he is leading the country in a wrong direction as Daniel Armah Attoh, a Senior Research Fellow at the CDD told journalists in Accra at the presentation of the cooked survey report initiated by the NPP headed ‘Popular Opinions On Issues At Stake In The 2016 election. The violent prone NPP accepted that bias report by the CDD with glee by saying that the findings from the survey high lights the clear sentiments of the vast majority of Ghanaians which is false, it rather highlights the sentiments of the serial losers in the violent prone NPP who wish President Mahama had died. These false stories can be found in the Daily States man Wednesday, August 10, 2016-front page.

Nana Akomea, the Communications Director of the violent prone NPP said the surveys and pronouncements of those reputable Civil Society organizations showed clearly that the Mahama led NDC administration was only interested in propaganda and therefore his party has accepted the bias CDD report as genuine since it represent “70%” of Ghanaians that have “rejected” the ruling NDC government and will rather make the mistake of voting for Nana Akufo Addo, the Tribal War Lord On War Path who cannot even unite the party he is leading let alone uniting the whole country. No reasonable Ghanaian will vote for an arrogant, violent, deceitful and tribal bigot like Nana Akuffo Addo because the NPP as a political party is YET to present a credible and winnable flag bearer not repeat, not Nana Akuffo Addo, a Patapaa flag bearer who is proud of the murderous members of the United Party who cut open the stomachs of pregnant women from Northern Ghana and removed their babies after killing those women in cold blood during their political fight with the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in the three violent elections of 1951, 1954 and 1956 which Dr. Nkrumah won convincingly. The NPP is a violent tribal political organization which always put a Particular Tribe before the people and loses elections, but they still continue doing it because there is always blood in the head of a tsetsefly-that is why. Nana Akuffo Addo said that if the NDC government considered the payment of huge Judgment Debts as its priority, then the priority of his government was to have the masses educated rather than channel state funds into paying Bogus Debts, a midst big applause by NPP members.

Something struck me and I said in my head, was that not the NPP government in which Nana addo was the Attorney General and Minister of Justice who cancelled Legal Contracts entered into with foreign and local contractors that brought about the alleged Bogus Judgment Debts that the NDC has been paying since 2009 to date 2016? Wonders will never end and so NPP lies too will also never end.

Source: Sangaparee, Clement

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