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Ghana's Commissioner to SA refuses to apologize over discriminatory comments Featured

Written by  Oct 31, 2017
Ghana’s High Commissioner to South, George Ayisi Boateng says he will not apologize over his discriminatory comments he made when he addressed some members of TESCON recently. The commissioner was captured on tape saying that he will only consider members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), before any other person when an opportunity arrives. The current administration he noted was doing it's best to generate enough jobs for the unemployed youth but was quick to add that, he will only consider NPP members first.   He even went ahead to state that NPP members are more Ghanaian than another Ghanaian hence the  need to consider them first in everything. His comments drew condemnation from the public with some calling for his resignation. However, Mr. Boateng is defiant and has refused to retract his comments and apologize. “What is wrong with my statement?” he asked, adding that he is not a divisive person as people are portraying him to be. “I have helped many NDC members including E.T. Mensah, I am not divisive, E.T Mensah can attest to it,” 

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