The acting general secretary of the NPP John Boadu argued that losing election 2020 will not deter them from doing what is right for the general public.
This is according to the acting general secretary of the NPP John Boadu.
He argued that losing election 2020 will not deter them from doing what is right for the general public.
In an interview with Accra-based Peace FM, Boadu said: “we are fighting galamsey with all the resources we can command and we will continue to do so even if it will make us lose the 2020 elections.”
“This country needs a leader who just wants to do the right things and does not care about the consequences. This is what President Akufo-Addo is doing,” he added.
During the tenure of former president John Mahama, he made a similar statement after he announced the withdrawal of allowances for the teacher and nursing trainees.
The then opposition NPP condemned his comment saying it was insensitive.