Posted: Friday 16th May 2014 at 12:30 pm

Ghanaians Slapped In The Face By NPP

0f4e375690972 874620 Ghanaians Slapped In The Face By NPPIt is rather sad to note that all the opposition party NPP is good at, is to try to derail the progress of our beloved country Ghana at any and every opportunity given.

These were the words of Mr. Dodoo , Interim Chairman of the NDC Amsterdam branch in a radio interview last night on African Development. He expressed disappointment at the role NPP sympathizers take in trying to discredit every developmental step being taken by the Government of Ghana to ensure that Ghana remains a viable economic/investment destination for Investors and global economic players.

Boycotting the Economic Forum is in itself a slap in the face of the average Ghanaian, because every baby step taken towards progress would go a long way to enhance a better life for Ghanaians as a whole.

Mr. Dodoo, charged the communication team of the Government to do a better job in ensuring that Ghanaians truly get the raw facts on issues/developmental projects that the NPP tries to make mockery of, so people can clearly see how sinister the opposition NPP party is when it comes to National development.

NPP Members of Parliaments/Policy Makers etc have all crafted the art of “Enemies of Progress” when it comes to Ghana’s development, and some have even Tattooed it on your chest to shamefully talk cheaply on Radio networks etc. It seems the wounds of the 2012 Election Syndrome, has NPP scared for life, and this is what is stalling their competences towards national development.

NDC Amsterdam branch dares the National Patriotic Party (NPP) to define to Ghanaians what the word “PATRIOTIC” means in the minds and hearts of its Leaders, if that definition includes descriptive words like development, progress, national interests, then he is ready to encourage the Electorate to root for the NPP come 2016, because so far the leadership of the NPP have failed to upgrade their understanding to the ever-changing composition of our social fabric, where young people today are looking for role models that don’t only talk the talk but also walk the walk. Ghana deserves better and surely better is not stalling developmental projects , Mr Dodoo said.

NDC Amsterdam branch also took the opportunity welcome Dr. Tony Aidoo as Ghana’s Ambassador to the Netherlands, and encourage Ghanaians in the diaspora to continue their non-partisan approach towards the development of our beloved nation Ghana by attending the upcoming AFRICA DAY 2014 forum/party in Den Hague.
God bless Ghana.

Mr Tony Brown – Interim PRO

NDC AMSTERDAM BRANCH

Ndc.amsterdam.ho[email protected]

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