The ‘John & Jane’ pair is already rejected by God—Akua Donkor

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John & Jane' pair is already rejected by God, no feminine action can save it---Akua Donkor

‘John & Jane’ pair is already rejected by God, no affirmative action can save it—Akua Donkor

The Leader of a Political independent party, Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Akua Donkor has condemned the National Democratic Congress (NDC’s) “John and Jane” pair agenda for  the 2020 elections.

According to her, God would never approve such pair to collapse the developmental agenda of the country.

Speaking in an interview on Angel FM in Kumasi on Tuesday, Ms Donkor explained that the chosen running mate meted punishment to various teachers in the educational sector and there was nothing positive about her to run the country as vice.

She embraced the fact that having a woman as a vice was the best decision but the flag bearer of the NDC chose the wrong pair.

Recounting some of the policies which Naana Opoku-Agyemang introduced that dwindled educational development of the country, Ms Donkor stated, she scrapped out trainee allowances and introduced two year working of teachers with no payment policy.

She insisted that Naana Opoku-Agyemang office as an Educational Minister during the Mahama led administration was nothing to write home about.

“There were no transportation allowances for teachers, Naana Opoku Agyemang also introduced the practice of teachers working for two years without being paid and her period saw classroom teachers being denied common chalk,” Ms Donkor recalled.

She indicated that a vice president should have a clean portfolio not the one who would drive the already collapsed economy to its death.

“God himself has already dethroned Mahama, so this nomination will not do anything to help him,” Ms Donkor added.


Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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