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25-Sep-2016  
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“Monkeys play by sizes…I am establishing the fact that our benchmark as the NDC is the astounding performance of Kwame Nkrumah…” says Fiifi Kwetey, Minister of Transport.

Fiifi Kwetey who also doubles as the Member of Parliament for Ketu South constituency, contributing to a panel discussion on Radio Gold explained their benchmark as a party are the achievements of Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah and Jerry John Rawlings and “not the non-performing’ eight years of the NPP”.

Setting the Records Straight

The NDC re-launched its ‘Setting the Records Straight forum’ at the party’s headquarters in Accra on Thursday.

The forum which was led by Fifi Kwetey addressed various issues including claims from the opposition New Patriotic Party.

However, the MP for Ketu South said the forum was not “to react at all to the lies that are being told (by the NPP)”; but to show the competence of its candidate, John Mahama

“We’ve also noticed with some amount of amusement and not so much shock the typical reaction that has greeted the press conference coming from the NPP. Typically what the NPP does is when issues are raised….they go for personal attacks; they try to insult you and some way somehow they feel that when they do those things, you will back off and not be able to continue speaking the truth but they’ve got the wrong candidate. Personal attacks have never bothered some of us and it will never do because when you are on the side of truth you never worry of personal attacks. We have the issues on our side” he added.
 
 
 
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