The Communications Department of the La NDC, in collaboration with the United Cadres Front, La Dade-Kotopon congratulates Nana Akuffo Addo for winning the NPP race. We welcome him to another humiliating defeat awaiting him in 2016.
Nana has been a cheap-to-beat candidate and this makes the NDC in La very much satisfied with his re-election to lead the NPP. We were grateful to God that the NPP overlooked all other credible candidates and gave their mandate to clueless serial loser.
Nana Akuffo Addo is a ?bad influence?, as described by Pastor Mensah Otabil. His utterances do not unite but divides a nation. He is the man who called for war on ordinary persons in other political Parties who do not share in the Philosophy of ?political elitism?, property grabbing and looting, of the NPP.
He has never accepted any electioneering results he lost; he either calls for ?All Die Be Die? or organizes his men to beat and slaughter persons who put on NDC paraphernalia?s across the country. All these show of arrogance and insubordination are all on video records. He is a man who believes Ghana belongs to Akyem Akans and should never be led by any other tribe.
He has surrounded himself with war chanters like Sammy Awuku, Anthony Karbo, Sir John, Kennedy Agyepong, and other group of persons who will do everything to keep the country ungovernable, if the NPP is not in power. Have you ever asked yourself who is behind the fire-outbreaks in our markets, the bombing of transformers at certain areas, the rampant increment in prices by market women known to be NPP supporters, the recent power outages by the VRA and the subsidiary power distributers? It is a pity for this country.
President John Dramani Mahama is smiling on his bed having Akuffo Addo as his main contender in the 2016 general elections. La Dade-Kotopon newly Elected Constituency Executives also welcome this cheap contender to the battlefield.
Long Live the Great NDC
Long Live John Mahama and his 2016 Victory
Short Live Nation Wreckers
(PROPAGANDA SECRETARY, LA DADE-KOTOPON NDC)
TORTO NABI ADJAH
(COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, TELEVISION)
(DEPUTY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, RADIO)
SOLOMON ANANG YEMOH
(DEPUTY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, NEWSPAPER)
(DEPUTY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE INTERNET)