Johnson Aseidu Nketia swears to ensure that the appointees of Akufo Addo throw up all of their riches.


The National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has issued a warning: should John Mahama win in December, corrupt appointees of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) will face legal action.

He declared that any appointee of President Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo, who has embezzled public funds, will be required to repay them by the incoming NDC administration.

Mr. Asiedu Nketia addressed the party’s members during a 2024 strategy session in Atlanta, USA, stating that President Akufo-Addo and his party members should give up whatever they have unlawfully taken from the nation and account for their stewardship now, or else they will suffer the consequences when the NDC takes over the government following the election.

“You can compare Nana Akufo-Addo and his administration to someone riding a tiger.” Remaining behind the tiger will cause you to starve to death. If you fall, you will be eaten. Therefore, their concern is what happens after they give up power; they are not concerned about losing it.”

“However, we never stop telling them that to defend Ghana, we must prevent anyone from committing wrongdoing, stealing the nation, and getting away with it. Therefore, they had better become ready if they’re afraid of that. Mr. Johnson Aseidu Nketia said, “They still have time to throw up all the loot or hang onto it and face the consequences.”

Johnson Aseidu Nketia swears to ensure that the appointees of Akufo Addo throw up all of their riches.

An elderly guy was said to have held a lot of money in his safe. When he fell ill, he would never take the key out of his pocket and would always keep it pressed to his body. However, after his death, they stole the key and unlocked all his riches.

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According to him, the NDC is prepared to do whatever it takes to save the nation, and one way to do so is by making everyone answer for their contributions to the state.