Ghana Shortest People Association gives NDC 10-day ultimatum to apologize
The Ghana shortest people association after vowing to vote massively against the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the upcoming general elections has disclosed to abusuafmonline.com that they will soon organize a national campaign tour to preach for the party’s downfall should they fail to register an apology to them.
The 10- day ultimatum according to spokesperson of the association Paul Sarpong known as Paul Gee starts October 3 –October 13, 2016.
The group on Wednesday September 28, 2016 announced their displeasure to vice President Amissah Arthur and sports minister Nill Lante Vanderpuye following what they call ‘a disrespectful comment’ directed to them during the NDC’s manifesto launch in Cape Coast.
Vice President Amissah Arthur recently during his campaign tour in the Eastern region stated that short people need to be elevated to appreciate the performance of Mahama’s administration.
His comment didn’t go down well with the group hence their decision to help unseat the ruling NDC in the December 7 polls.
”We initially planned to stage a demonstration against the NDC party but upon further contemplation we have come to a conclusion that we have to organize a nationwide campaign tour dubbed ‘’ Short people must vote against NDC” he told abusuafmonline.com on Friday morning.”
According to him, the association is giving the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) a ten day ultimatum to render an unqualified apology to them or awaits their national campaign tour’.
”We are telling President Mahama and his NDC Party to apologize to all short people in the country within the next ten days but if that persists then we can start our national campaign against them since they have no respect for us and also not regarding us human beings”.
He added ”We are people are all across the country and I have already started talking to them all through our regional representatives to ensure we have a very fruitful campaign tour against the NDC”.