It appears the Chief Scribe of the ruling National Democratic Congress [NDC], Johnson Asiedu Nketia has stirred up a hornet’s nest after asserting that the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) must be held responsible for the recent Nayele Ametefeh’s cocaine scandal.
A leading member of the opposition party and a one-time Minister of State at the Interior Ministry has launched a scathing attack on the NDC General Secretary, describing him as a ‘Blockheaded’ person.
Nana Obiri Boahene, who is currently the Deputy General Secretary for the NPP, maintained that it is appalling for the country to be ruled by a party with ‘a shallow minded person like Asiedu Nketia’ as its General Secretary.
‘I weep for this country with the crop of leaders we have. Asiedu Nketia as a General Secretary is unfortunate. I think it will be better off if we are ruled by colonial masters than the NDC and their General Secretary,’ he said.
Nana Obiri Boahene was reacting to Asiedu Nketia’s claims that the NPP masterminded jailed cocaine baroness, Nayele Ametefe’s trip to the UK on Adom FM .
He strongly rejected attempts to pin and link his party to the arrest of Nayele Ametefe for trafficking cocaine.
NDC blame NPP for Nayele’s trafficking
Johnson Asiedu Nketia also known as ‘General Mosquito’ told journalists at a press conference on Wednesday that it was under the NPP’s administration that the convict [Nayele] was introduced to cocaine dealing.
According to him, the NPP must be held responsible for Nayele’s act which led to the Isleworth Crown Court in the UK handing down an 8 year 8 month sentence to the 32 year old lady.
But in a sharp rebuttal, NPP’s Nana Obiri Boahene questioned if Asiedu Nketia suffered from any mental related sickness as a kid because his reasoning and choice of words are quite nonsensical.
‘No-one, whose mother carried him or her for a nine-month period will reason like him [Asiedu Nketia]. His level of thinking is shocking and strange. His choice of words are senseless and baseless. Did he suffer from any head injury when he was a baby? His level of mediocrity is outstanding,’ he bemoaned.
He however warned that, ‘If no one can shut him [Asiedu Nketia] down with his thoughts on issues concerning the state, he (Obiri) will do that reasonably’.
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