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Hopeson Adorye’s utterances, a disgrace to body politics- political activist


Mr. Agbenya Precious, a political actvist and member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has stated that, the utterances  made by Hopeson Adorye, a communication team member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) is a disgrace to the body politics and must be a concern to any meaning politician in the country to call him to order before it’s too late.

According to him, any statements Mr. Adorye makes  are alway out of context, would just anything against his political opponents calling them names, which to him is tarnishing the beauty of the game of the body politics.
He stressed that, there is no way a gentleman in politics would go the way Mr. Adorye always portrayed himself in such a shameful manner, and must be call to order to safe the beauty of our young democracy.
He lamented thst, he has never made any meaningful statement through out his life time, and argued as to whether is a deliberate because of politics or just that there is nothing meaningful in him to offer in the development of democracy for the country.
He fisvlosed that, Mr. Adorye has  in any way contributed to the success of the good people of the country, and its clear for everyone to attest to the fact, and for matter, must always be circumspect when any statement,especially against the political opponents,
Agbenya Precious was of the viewed that, the worst performance of the opposition NDC government is the best performance of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of today, which every Ghanaian is aware.
Mr. Agbenya disclosed that, the good people of Ghana have now seen how incompetent and corrupt the  NPP government is and waiting to show them the exit in the upcoming 2024 election. He entreated Mr. Adorye to go back and read the book: courtesy for boys and girls, for the book could l help him learn certain basic things about telling the truth and how to be responsible but not a citizen being a threat to the beauty of our democracy as a country.

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