Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang statements are nothing new, says Dennis Aboagye

Opoku-Agyemang warned of consequences for current corrupt government appointees if the NDC wins the 2024 general elections

The communications director for the Bawumian Campaign Team, Dennis “Miracles” Aboagye, has downplayed comments made by the National Democratic Congress (NDC) running mate, Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang, during her official presentation on Wednesday (24 April).

Opoku-Agyemang warned of consequences for corrupt current government appointees if the NDC wins the 2024 general elections. 

However, Aboagye, speaking on Asaase Radio’s 12 o’clock report on Thursday (25 April), described her comments as “nothing new.”

“All the things the professor said on the podium are things that they’ve repeated severally; in fact, they are not different from the things they said when they were coming to power in the year 2009 and they were in power for eight years and not a single of the things that she rattled about yesterday (24 April) were they able to do.”

Aboagye also pointed to alleged corruption within the NDC’s ranks, referencing the former president and current NDC flagbearer John Mahama’s involvement in a corruption scandal related to the purchase of aircraft for the country.

“Standing on the podium and screaming greedy and screaming corruption, I don’t think she should have screamed it; I think she should have simply lowered her voice and looked straight into the eyes of the people who were seated in the front row and she was speaking to; on that front row was the former president, who was the former vice-president and brought global shame to this country as a result of corruption-related activity.”

“You heard their own attorney general, Martin Amidu, indicate that whilst the former president was vice-president, then president Mills commissioned an investigation into activities that the former president did in the purchase of some aeroplanes for the country.”

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