January 28, 2021

Ignore NDC’s “Outmoded Antics”; I Didn’t Flout Any Rule Governing Registration Exercise – Nana B

Nana B

 

The National Youth Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye, popularly known as Nana B has urged Ghanaians to disregard the fruitless propaganda against him by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) over his visit to some Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region.

Nana B and his team were spotted at some Senior High Schools over the weekend monitoring the voters’ registration exercise.

But some NDC members have taken a jab at him for going to the schools amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and in view of the President’s directive that no parent should visit their school children.

The NPP National Organizer explained his reasons for being in the schools.

In a statement copied to Peacefmonline.com, he said the “Electoral Commission officials, Political Party representatives, and observer groups were permitted to enter the various Second Cycle institutions during the registration exercise which lasted for just two days”.

“The NDC propagandists in a haste to unduly criticize me, ignored the vital information and directives that guided the special registration program. This further confirms the belief of many Ghanaians that the NDC doesn’t like reading and of course, I cannot be responsible for their inability to read and understand,” he said.

“Indeed, just like all other political party representatives and officials of the Electoral Commission, I visited the Senior High Schools with accreditation from the EC as a party official. It is important to note that my actions did not in any way flout laid down rules and regulations governing the exercise.

“The NDC, maybe, were reluctant to visit the registration centre obviously because of their misguided decision to obstruct SHS students from registering with their court suit, a decision that will politically haunt them,” portions of the statement read.

Read his full statement below:

I have taken notice of the wicked propaganda engineered by the NDC over my visit to some Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region to observe the special registration arrangement by the Electoral Commission in second cycle institutions across the Country.

The NDC propagandists in a haste to unduly criticize me, ignored the vital information and directives that guided the special registration program. This further confirms the belief of many Ghanaians that the NDC doesn’t like reading and of course, I cannot be responsible for their inability to read and understand.

In an official statement issued by Ghana Education Service under the hand of Cassandra Twum Ampofo on the 9th of July 2020 ahead of the special registration, it was indicated that “…The schools have been directed to put in measures to ensure strict compliance with the COVID-19 health and safety protocols and it is the expectation of management of GES that officials of Electoral Commission and the political party representatives, as well as any observer groups present, will do the same during the period.”

From the above, it is clear that Electoral Commission officials, Political Party representatives and observer groups were permitted to enter the various Second Cycle institutions during the registration exercise which lasted for just two days.

Indeed, just like all other political party representatives and officials of the electoral commission, I visited the Senior High Schools with accreditation from the EC as a party official. It is important to note that my actions did not in any way flout laid down rules and regulations governing the exercise.

The NDC, maybe, were reluctant to visit the registration centre obviously because of their misguided decision to obstruct SHS students from registering with their court suit, a decision that will politically haunt them.

That notwithstanding, their resort to needless propaganda is very shameful and I implore the people of Ghana to once again ignore this kind of outmoded antics.

I firmly reassure the Ghanaian Youth, especially students in the various SHSs, of my unwavering commitment to pursue and defend their interests at all times.

Thank You

Henry Nana Boakye (Esq)

(National Youth Organizer, NPP)

196

Ignore NDC’s “Outmoded Antics”; I Didn’t Flout Any Rule Governing Registration Exercise – Nana B

Nana B

 

The National Youth Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Henry Nana Boakye, popularly known as Nana B has urged Ghanaians to disregard the fruitless propaganda against him by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) over his visit to some Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region.

Nana B and his team were spotted at some Senior High Schools over the weekend monitoring the voters’ registration exercise.

But some NDC members have taken a jab at him for going to the schools amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and in view of the President’s directive that no parent should visit their school children.

The NPP National Organizer explained his reasons for being in the schools.

In a statement copied to Peacefmonline.com, he said the “Electoral Commission officials, Political Party representatives, and observer groups were permitted to enter the various Second Cycle institutions during the registration exercise which lasted for just two days”.

“The NDC propagandists in a haste to unduly criticize me, ignored the vital information and directives that guided the special registration program. This further confirms the belief of many Ghanaians that the NDC doesn’t like reading and of course, I cannot be responsible for their inability to read and understand,” he said.

“Indeed, just like all other political party representatives and officials of the Electoral Commission, I visited the Senior High Schools with accreditation from the EC as a party official. It is important to note that my actions did not in any way flout laid down rules and regulations governing the exercise.

“The NDC, maybe, were reluctant to visit the registration centre obviously because of their misguided decision to obstruct SHS students from registering with their court suit, a decision that will politically haunt them,” portions of the statement read.

Read his full statement below:

I have taken notice of the wicked propaganda engineered by the NDC over my visit to some Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region to observe the special registration arrangement by the Electoral Commission in second cycle institutions across the Country.

The NDC propagandists in a haste to unduly criticize me, ignored the vital information and directives that guided the special registration program. This further confirms the belief of many Ghanaians that the NDC doesn’t like reading and of course, I cannot be responsible for their inability to read and understand.

In an official statement issued by Ghana Education Service under the hand of Cassandra Twum Ampofo on the 9th of July 2020 ahead of the special registration, it was indicated that “…The schools have been directed to put in measures to ensure strict compliance with the COVID-19 health and safety protocols and it is the expectation of management of GES that officials of Electoral Commission and the political party representatives, as well as any observer groups present, will do the same during the period.”

From the above, it is clear that Electoral Commission officials, Political Party representatives and observer groups were permitted to enter the various Second Cycle institutions during the registration exercise which lasted for just two days.

Indeed, just like all other political party representatives and officials of the electoral commission, I visited the Senior High Schools with accreditation from the EC as a party official. It is important to note that my actions did not in any way flout laid down rules and regulations governing the exercise.

The NDC, maybe, were reluctant to visit the registration centre obviously because of their misguided decision to obstruct SHS students from registering with their court suit, a decision that will politically haunt them.

That notwithstanding, their resort to needless propaganda is very shameful and I implore the people of Ghana to once again ignore this kind of outmoded antics.

I firmly reassure the Ghanaian Youth, especially students in the various SHSs, of my unwavering commitment to pursue and defend their interests at all times.

Thank You

Henry Nana Boakye (Esq)

(National Youth Organizer, NPP)

196

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