npp adjakuma shortJustice Adzakumah, who has successfully undergone surgery after he lost one eye as a result of police brutality during the Let My Vote Count Alliance demonstration last September says he has no regrets taking part in that protest.

npp mannIn an interview with Kasapa News, Adzakumah who is a staunch member of the opposition Party said he fought for a good cause, and wouldn’t mind joining another protest should it be organized.

“I have no regrets; i took part in the demonstration because i believed in their cause. I will fight for NPP again; anytime.”

The 36-year-old had his eye operated upon successfully in a treatment fully funded by the NPP.

While nursing his injury, he was visited at home by the Party’s 2016 flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

kasapafmonline.com

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