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"Too-Known" NPP Members Compelled Me To Seek Higher Education - Anita De Soso
 
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18-Dec-2014  
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The National Women’s Organiser of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) says she was compelled to seek higher education by the boastful attitude of members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

Speaking to Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie on Okay Fm’s Ade Akye Abia program, Anita De Soso stated that most of the members of the opposition NPP used to brag with their academic qualifications especially the lawyers.

“…they go about saying, I put it to you. I put to you even though we know that most of them did not even pass their law exams so i enrolled at the law school because of the NPP”.

“They should come and see very good certificates I have been awarded by GIMPA. I have a first degree in Public Administration from GIMPA and by January, I will be awarded a Master’s degree from the same institution whiles at the same time, am in my second year in the law school”.

She also called on the members of the NPP to be careful this time around because “you have bragged for far too long but I know that most of them failed their courses at the law school”.

Anita De Soso made these comments whiles discussing her prospects in the impending NDC Congress. She is vying for one of the slots on the vice chairmanship position to be held on Saturday, in Kumasi, the Ashanti Regional capital.

To her, most people especially members of the NPP, are of the view that she is uneducated and therefore unfit for the position of a vice Chairperson of the NDC but “they will be in for a shock though I believe there is a vast difference between knowledge and wisdom.”
 
 
 
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