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The leadership of NDC  must change-vetreran sports journalist.

 

Legendry sports journalist Nana Kwaku Agyemang who doubles up as a politician has called for a fresh leadership of the NDC.

According to him; when the NDC party were in power, the executives mismanaged, misled, never opened up and were not transparent to electorates. He also said corruption is the key thing as they were seen not doing anything about woyome’s issue of 51 million dollars.

However addressing a question Friday on Ahotor FM’s morning show, “360 politics Omammu Nsem.” Nana said; The NDC party can never move forward if they do not reshuffle their executives.

“We cannot go forward with these same people for a good end results, they did not  do the right things and were seen upholding things that they should not have done. Corruption is the key thing out of everything and as they were seen of not wanting to do anything on woyome’s  issue.” He said.

He opined “We have got the issue of JIDA, SADA,E- long gated court cases and they have failed Ghanaians. The perception is certain people benefited from this failure, huge sums of money were pumped here there, here there nothing came out of it and they still can’t provide any good explanation to the electorates as to what happened with SADA, JIDA and so many examples.” He added.

Nana kwaku said NDC Party has lead us down dead end road.

 

 

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