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The NDC Member of Parliament for Adenta, Hon. Kojo Adu Asare, has expressed his disappointment at the attitude being put on display by the current crop of leadership in the opposition NPP describing them as a bunch of hotheads “only” interested in passing provocative comments likely to stir heated debates.

He accuses the current NPP leadership of demonstrating “fire and brimstone” attitude far from the “gentle-giant" posture which Mr John Agyekum Kufour radiated when he was President and even after his term of office had elapsed.

To him, Ghanaians will be the best judge if the NPP’s assessment of the Mills-Mahama administration as the “weakest government” in the annals of the country’s political history has any basis, pointing out that Ghana is not interested in their (NPPs) “Rambo” and “Gaddafi” style of leadership.

“Ghanaians should use this posture of government as we speak, as a measure to elect governments. This is because; we don’t need that Rambo style of leadership and that Gadhafi style. We abhor Rambo or Gaddafi style in Ghana, so if this is what the NPP wants to give to us, we would compare this weak government to their “all-die-be-die” type; interested in only picking fights,” Hon Adu Asare said.

Hon Kojo Adu Asare
Contributing to discussions on Peace FM’s Kokrokoo Morning show, the soft-spoken NDC MP was emphatic that the Ghanaian electorate is no longer in brash-talking politicians whiles there remains pressing economic issues that needed to be solved through pragmatic means.

Hon Adu Asare further stated that the NPP cannot claim to be the apostles of democracy and free speech not after jailing taxi drivers over minor cases instead of slapping them with fines and threatening to flush out graduate teachers and replacing them with retired teachers simply because they agitated for an increment in wages.
Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/Peacefmonline.com

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