2024 Is Do Or Die; We Don’t Owe Anyone Explanation Or Apology – NDC Communication Officer


2024 Is Do OR Die; We DON’T Owe Anyone Explanation Or Apology

NDC communication Officer, Matthew Atanka writes: So now those NPP people who sometime ago responded to the clarion call of “all die be die” from the incendiary Nana Akufo Addo are suddenly sharing tears over “Do or die” from John Mahama in 2024?

It appears the NPP after grabbing all our national resources now want to also claim monopoly over the word “DIE”. They think only they are allowed to use that word in our polity.

Maybe the NPP and their hypocrites friends and sympathizers in the clergy, media and also in some Civil Society Organizations should also take monopoly of the “KILL” to complete the equation.

2024 Is Do OR Die; We Don't Owe Anyone Explanation Or Apology - NDC Communication Officer
NDC Communication Officer, Matthew Atanga

After all, the NPP killed several in 2020 setting record of the deadliest election ever witness in Ghana history.

Nonetheless, I’m not surprise that these bunch of joking cabal are boiling over a harmless idiomatic expression which existed long before the discovery of Gold Coast.

Who cares, after all if Dr Bawumia made them to believe “review” to mean “cancel”, then “Do or Die” will be too complex a statement for their comprehension.

Indeed when graduates in a supposedly elites party takes inspiration from people like Kwame Baffoe aka Abronye DC, Chairman Wuntumi, Hopson Adorye, Owusu Bempa et al, then you can understand the magnitude of the problem.

Well, honouring this joke from the NPP with a lengthy write up will seem big an achievement to them. Ignoring obstructing noises saves the precious soul of needless stresses.


_Mathew Atanga_
_Communication Officer_
_Kintampo South_

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