NPP TESCON now coiling like snails because of Bawumiah’s Incompetence – Frank Senyaglo

Following the Ghana cedi’s depreciation against major currencies, the current president of the Tertiary Education Institutions Network of the National Democratic Congress (TEIN NDC), of the University of Education Winneba, Asante Mampong campus (UEW-M), Frank Senyaglo has dropped a bombshell .

In a general meeting with the TEIN NDC members and sympathisers on the Asante Mampong campus on Saturday April 6, the president in a remark indicated that  the “TESCON of NPP are now coiling like snails because of the incompetence and the ever-lying vice President’s silence over the Ghana cedi depreciation. I wish they (TESCON NPP) could come out boldly and mention their economic management team to the listening of other students on campus, rather unfortunate, they are hiding in their various hostels and apartments because they don’t understand why Bawumiah who happens to be their economic godfather has been silent,” Frank Senyaglo stated.

The meeting was graced by the current deputy national TEIN-NDC coordinator Solomon Ananpansah, former national President oft the National Union oft Ghana Students (NUGS), Frank Amoakohene, as well as the constituency youth organiser, Yahaya Seidu.

Frank Senyaglo urged the NDC on campus to be very bold and courageous towards party work adding that, the NDC believes in rewarding hard work .

He said the NPP executives led by Mr Codjo popularly known as “Preman” are operating without being sworn in and that they deserve no recognition .

“Even ‘Preman’ and his colleagues are as incompetent as their Vice President because they did not swear their appointees into office but are working with them .That is how competent they are enough” he added .

He further acknowledged the efforts of the members for their cooperation active and timelines in responding to directives from above and assured TEIN NDC of their support and cooperation even after his tenure which comes to an end in a month.

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