Don’t Accept the Proposal of Any NPP Man — General Mosquito Cautions NDC Women

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This is the intellectual level on which Ghanaian political discourse is being held. You hear a ‘big man’ in Ghanaian politics like General Mosquito making such a point and you instantly see why Ghana is such a mess.

Mosquito is one of the most powerful men in the NDC and yet he displays the intellectual capacity of a brain dead dog in the comments we are about to report on below.

Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the General Secretary of the opposition NDC recently addressed the party’s women’s wing and in some unbelievable comments, called on them not to marry any NPP man because their children would then be forced to become NPP supporters.

Apparently Mosquito forced all his kids to become NDC supporters so he knows for sure that in Ghanaian households all children become supporters of the party their father supports.

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“We shouldn’t allow NPP men to come and marry NDC women because if that happens the men will force the children to become NPP supporters.” Mosquito said, before alleging that the President, Nana Akufo-Addo, is only an NPP man because of this phenomenon.

“If you look at Akufo-Addo’s history, His father, uncle and grandfather are all part of the big six, what happened was that they allowed their relatives to marry each other so it was difficult for Akufo-Addo to defect.

“But we the NDC we have allowed NPP people to marry our women and now all the children have become NPP people…so let’s promote our women to marry NDC members so at least all our children will become NDC members,” he farcically said in his address.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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