I detest the NDC because of Rawlings coups 1979 - Mark Okraku-Mantey



Mark Okraku-Mantey, now Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, has disclosed that ex-President Jerry John Rawlings's coup d'état made him grow an offensive position in assisting the National Democratic Congress.

According to Mark Okraku-Mantey, his businessman father had encountered many life-threatening attacks in the coups led by ex-President Jerry John Rawlings. 

Due to that, the Deputy Minister indicated that he developed some dislike for now, the opposition National Democratic Congress. 

Mark also said: "When my father was young, because he was an entrepreneur, he saw some money, and he did some good stuff around," the Deputy Minister said in an interview.

He added;

"So when former President Rawlings did his first and second coups (in respect of) both of them, my dad was wanted because, at the time, successful people were brought to book, so he was wanted.

 "As a little boy, guns were common in my home from some of these military men looking for my dad and, so that is why whenever people mention coup, I tell them that don't wish for a coup," the Deputy Minister added.

 According to Mark, "I constantly had a running tummy. They could come in at any time, 3:00 am and all. So by default, I am any other party apart from PNDC evolving into NDC."


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