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NPP members are my priority not all Ghanaians – South Africa High Commissioner

Ghana’s High Commissioner to South Africa, Mr George Ayisi-Boateng, has stated that his topmost priority in South Africa is to help solve the problems of members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) before any other Ghanaian.

Mr Ayisi-Boateng said he had made it clear to Ghanaians living in South Africa that he was appointed by the governing New Patriotic Party, and for that reason, members of the party were his topmost priority.

“This government is doing its best to create job opportunities and me for instance, I told my people over there [that] it is because of NPP that I’m here so the NPP man is my priority.

I told them when NDC was in power it was Kwesi Ahwoi who was there, now we are in power, so Ayisi-Boateng is here with you. My topmost priority is the problems of an NPP person before any other Ghanaian, take it or leave it,” he stated at a ceremony to usher in fresh students of Kumasi Technical University into the Tertiary Students Confederacy Network (TESCON) of the governing New Patriotic Party on Sunday, October 29, 2017 in Kumasi.

“Indeed I’m not boasting but I’ve started meeting the NPP groups. Every weekend I meet some group members and I tell you if I had my way, every job opportunity that will come will go to a TESCON member before any other person. And I know my colleague appointees also have the same feeling except that because of IMF we cannot do anything now…,” he added.

He cautioned government appointees to make sure they work for party members first so that “the party members will work hard for the party to retain power for over 20 years, so that they can change things in Ghana.”

 

ahotoronline.com|Ghana

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