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NPP’s K. T. Hammond Finally Set The Records Straight After He Was Massively ‘Fired’ By Ghanaians

The popularly known Ghanaian politician and member of parliament for Adansi Asokwa on the ticket of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has recently done the unexpected after he boldly came out to finally set the records straight after he was massively ‘fired’ by Ghanaians over his previous comments about Ghanaian youths angst others.

Speaking in a recent interview with Joy Prime after his previous comments about the youth booing the incumbent President, Akufo Addo finally popped up online, the member of parliament for Adansi Asokwa, K. T. Hammond has finally come out to set the records straight after Ghanaians massively descended on him over his previous statements concerning the youths inability to lead the country in the future amongst other related issues.

“What I said was that, the older people in n politics will not simply abandon the responsibility of running the country to the youth alone because you cannot do it; we can’t trust the youth to lead the country alone. The youth of the country can’t take up the running of the country. It is not possible. I quoted from the book of Corinthians; God said it in the Bible. Even Samuel Okudzeto understood what I was saying”, the member of parliament for Adansi Asokwa, K. T. Hammond emphatically revealed.

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Do you think that Ghanaian youths can not be trusted to lead the country alone unlike the elderly in government as revealed by the member of parliament for Adansi Asokwa, K. T. Hammond even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts after the NPP’s K. T Hammond finally came out to set the records straight after Ghanaians massively fired him over his previous comments about Ghanaian youths amongst other related issues that have caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claim otherwise?

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