2024 elections: “Forget about breaking the 8 if your intention is to rig the elections” – Yammin tackles Bryan Acheampong
National Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Joseph Yammin has served a strong notice to Bryan Acheampong and the NPP to forget about “breaking the 8” if their intention is to rig the 2024 elections.
While addressing some members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) after a health walk through the principal streets of Mpraeso on Saturday, April 8, 2023, Bryan Acheampong stated emphatically that the NPP will never hand over power to the NDC.
The Member of Parliament for Abetifi Constituency said, “If the NDC think they will go into the 2024 election with intimidation, harassment and foolishness, then we will show them that we have the men.”
“It will never happen that we the NPP will hand over power to the NDC”, he added.
Reacting to this in a Facebook post, Yammin wrote, “When I hear people speak so childish like what a dishonorable member of parliament by name Bryan Acheampong or something is reported to have said I get to wonder if indeed they know and understand the exact words coming out of their mouths.”
He said the NPP should forget about “breaking the 8” if their intention is to rig the 2024 elections because the NDC will go into the elections fully prepared.
“Let me tell them and I mean the NPP that if their thinking of breaking the 8 is not about how good they’ve been as a government but how prepared they are to rig the elections then they should forget about the so called breaking the 8,” he asserted.
2024 Election: “The NPP will never hand over power to the NDC” – Bryan Acheampong [Video]
Yammin stated that If the NPP thinks that “the NDC will go into the 2024 elections unprepared then they should rethink because we are ready to meet them.”
“Let me tell them and they should mark it that THEY WILL BEG TO HANDOVER POWER TO JOHN MAHAMA AND THE NDC IN 2024 if Ghanaians vote against them.”
“Let no one deceive them to think we are not prepared for them come 2024.”
“I still stand by my campaign pledge to the NDC delegates that the Moses principle of YOU SLAP I SLAP, YOU KICK I KICK, YOU STOP I STOP is the guiding principle of the NDC into 2024 as long as I remain the National Organizer of the Great NDC” he affirmed.
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