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National Organizer of the ruling NDC, Kofi Adams has described the NPP as a “Dangerous” institution.

According to him – the party after tasting opposition are always against any good thing by the Mahama-led administration – a situation he says is worrying and improper.

“The NPP is becoming a dangerous institution that when they are not in charge anything good is bad to them. They only want to destroy. That is the way the NPP works,” he said. 

Mr Adams was commenting on accusations by the NPP that the branded Mahindra vehicles which has generated some cacophonies truly belong to the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) – but the NDC’s national organizer says it is false.

Pictures of the vehicles which went viral on social media led to the arrest of the Managing Director of Marbles and Granites- Dr. Edmund Ayo Ani.

The NPP has argued that the arrest was illegal and ‘unreasonable’ – but Kofi Adams explained on NEAT FM’s morning show 'Ghana Montie' that there is more to the arrest.

"We shouldn’t limit the whole discussion to just taking a picture; the mere fact that some people are spreading false news on social media that the NDC has diverted vehicles meant for a state institution for their campaign is a major concern," because these allegations are false.

Kofi Adams however noted that, the NPP’s mischievous ways of addressing state issues are intolerable – “They are just doing that to see Nana Addo as president. But that attitude of them won’t work.”

Source: King Edward Ambrose Washman Addo/Peacefmonline.com/ Twitter: @Washman5/ Instagram: Washman007

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