Fifi Kwetey urges Ghanaians to hold NPP accountable for economic mismanagement by voting against them in 2024 Election


Fifi Fiavi Kwetey, the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has called on Ghanaians to hold the New Patriotic Party (NPP) accountable for their economic mismanagement by voting them out in the 2024 general elections.


He stressed that corrupt government officials must be prosecuted to set a precedent for future administrations, including the NDC. He also highlighted the importance of national consensus and urged Ghanaians to rally behind the NDC to oust the NPP.


In an interview on The Point of View on Channel One TV, Kwetey praised the patriotism of some NPP members who provided valuable information to Okudzeto Ablakwa, the MP for North Tongu, revealing scandals involving senior government officials. He expressed gratitude for their bravery and commitment to transparency, noting their significant role in holding the government accountable.


“I believe that regardless of our differences, the common love we have for our country should unite us at all moments… I remember during the recent June 4, in my speech, I actually saluted a lot of patriots who are in the NPP, who in the midst of all these difficulties, continue to do a lot of patriotic duties.


“I can tell you, for example, a lot of the scandals which my good brother MP for North Tongu [is working on], a lot of information coming up is from patriots of NPP, who are simply sick and tired of what’s going on. I can tell you, they do it in the interest of our country,” he remarked.


Kwetey further emphasized, “There are still good people in the NPP. The plan should be to be able to have a coalition of genuine Ghanaian patriots. Unfortunately, for those who are in charge of NPP today, the level of patriotism is so low, that is why first they need to lose. The country must unite to make sure that they are punished and prosecuted, to be an example to even NDC in the future.


“You cannot take a country, misgovern it, lie to that country, and do the kind of levels of corruption we have seen in the last couple of 8 years,” he mentioned to host Bernard Avle.

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