Missing Excavators: NPP does not have any moral right to criticize Mahama – Kennedy Agyapong
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has established that the NPP should watch the manner in which they troll former president Mahama over the alleged Airbus bribery scandal as they themselves are not clean.
According to Mr. Agyapong, the party under President Akufo-Addo’s watch has condoned an alarming rate of corruption including pursuing their selfish interest in the guise of fighting galamsey.
“Now you cannot even talk about Mahama. How can you talk about him? Because you are also involved in other nasty and dirty dealings. What confidence do you even have to accuse Mahama or even tell Martin Amidu to prosecute the Airbus case,” he stated.
Reacting to the mysterious disappearance of over 500 excavators seized from illegal miners, he said the NPP should bow its head in shame.
He added that Horace Ekow Ewusi is not the only NPP executive involved in galamsey.
“The galamsey issues surrounding the NPP is very nasty. Ekow Ewusi is not the only culprit, a lot of big men in the party are involved in this. They should bow their heads in shame. I dare the NPP to say I’m wrong. Akufo-Addo is now like a tree without roots. You seized someone’s machine that he should not work and eat but you gave it to your son,” he detailed.