“I cannot be responsible for their inability to Read and Understand”-Nana B Jabs NDC

Henry Nana Boakye ( National Youth Organizer of the NPP )
Henry Nana Boakye ( National Youth Organizer of the NPP )

In the past few days, there have been many media reports of how the National Youth Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party Henry Nana Boakye was spotted in a senior high school in the Ashanti region interacting with students.

However, the National Youth Organizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Henry Nana Boakye has responded to the reports explaining that he was in the school to monitor the ongoing voter’s registration excerise organized for the students on the campus.

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Nana B was also quick to throw a jab at the opposition National Democratic Congress saying that the backlash he received after visiting the senior high school was a wicked propaganda engineered by the NDC over his visit to some Senior High Schools in the Ashanti Region to observe the special registration arrangement made by the Electoral Commission to register students in second cycle institutions across the Country.

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He said “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 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.”

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