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The ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) has described as “falsehood”, the ‘True State of the Nation Address’ delivered by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Monday, March 20, 2023.

In a statement issued by the party same day, General Secretary, Justin Koduah Frimpong said the party would respond appropriately to the issues raised by the opposition in due time.

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They described the event as a campaign platform which was used in “peddling blatant falsehoods, unsubstantiated allegations, and unprovoked attacks at the persons of the President, the Vice President and the Government of the NPP.”

“Ordinarily, the NPP would not have dignified Asiedu Nketiah’s empty statement and unmeritorious effusions with a response since he is no stranger to Ghanaians when it comes to such political theatricals,” the statement added.

However, the NPP says “paying regards to the enormity of the allegations and falsehoods he spewed, the NPP has decided to set the records straight by responding to same with incontrovertible facts and data in order to assist discerning Ghanaians make an informed decision.”