Asiedu Nketia details popular pic with JJ Rawlings and the houses he owns

There has been a photo circulating on social media for some time that sees the General Secretay of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Asiedu Nketiah popularly known as General Mosquito and former President Jerry John Rawlings on a podium giving a speech.

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According to Asiedu Nketiah in a radio interview, he’s not the one in the picture as it has been perceived by the general public. In his assertion, he was into politics at the zonal level and not to the level where he would get to meet the president at that time.

He further stated that the photo was circulated to spice up the rivalry between him and the former president and moreover to tarnish his image.

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“There have been countless times properties have been deemed as mine by the New Patriotic Party.”

According to Asiedu Nketiah, he does not own all the properties perceived to be his and that the only property he can boast of is his residence at his hometown and another in Accra.

Watch the video below…

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