NDC and NPP are just waste, let’s blacklist them – Captain Smart tells Ghanaians

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Broadcast journalist, Captain Smart has advised Ghanaians that it’s time the country go in for a third party and kick out the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) because they both are a waste.

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To him, what Ghana needs now is a party with a new set of people who will have a sense of direction for the country in order to move the country towards the said direction.

“Both political parties are political waste, we need to throw them into the garbage. We need a serious third force that’s got a clear perception of where Ghana really got to go. Both of them they know me very well, yes I followed the NPP from Childhood with J A Kuffour, I remember Kromantse we were sitting on the floor with Kufuor Obetsebi Lamptey, Asamoah Boateng, I was the little boy among them and sat on the floor eating but I think both political parties have lost it”. He said while being interviewed on a local Television Station monitored by us.

He also said that “there’s no direction as both political parties seem paying their opponent back with their same coin is the way to go. So, we keep changing people without understanding their role and how they can help the country. So, when we vote even toilet caretakers, we ask all of them to leave and we replace them so there’s nothing like continuity”.

Captain Smart noted that Ghana has no excuse of not becoming a better country but the two leading political parties are not giving the right people among them the various strategic positions to help in building the country to the higher height as a nation.

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In his opinion, it’s about time these political parties are thrown away so they can go back and work on themselves.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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