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Despite the predicaments of striking workers, the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) has one vision; and that is to concentrate on buying votes in the next elections.

This was an observation made by a member of the New Patriotic Party’s Communication Team, Yaw Adomako Baafi.  

Some aggrieved members of the Ghana Medical Association have threatened to embark on a nationwide strike over government’s failure to provide them with their conditions of service.

In a the wake of a meeting they held with the Ministers of Employment and Labour Relations, Finance and Health which ended in a deadlock, the Communications Officer of the NDC, Solomon Nkansah  described the doctors as professionals who love the NPP more than their profession.

He even accused the leader of the GMA, Dr. Kwabena Opoku Edusei of being a member of the NPP’s Manifesto Planning Committee.

Granted Dr. Opoku Edusei is a member of the NPP, Yaw Adomako Baafi wondered if he deserved to be insulted for tasking government to do what is right.

Speaking on Peacefm, the NPP scribe stated that with propaganda and insults, the current government has ended up destroying every good thing in this country.

NDC is in power to destroy every good thing. They have collapsed our education system to an extent that if a teacher should ask for chalk, they would insult that fellow,” he said.

All they care about is to reduce workers to nothing and buy our votes with GHC 5 during elections” he added.

Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/ email: [email protected]

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