The Former Constituency Organiser for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai of the Western North Region, Alhaji Ben Ali Seaman has refuted the claims by former President and the leader of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr John Dramani Mahama for describing Akufo-Addo’s administration as the worst performing government in the history of Ghana’s politics.
“l was shocked when I heard the former President, Mr Mahama criticizing the ruling NPP government led by President Akufo Addo for mismanagement of the economy”.
Mr Seaman said Ghanaians should consider those words as hoax and calculated propaganda to gain favour from the electorates.
This comes after the former president John Dramani Mahama strongly criticized the ruling NPP after describing the economy as worst performance.
According him, the NDC government led by Mr John Dramani Mahama has nothing good to offer Ghanaians.
He cited the scrapped of teacher and nurse’s trainees allowance by the then NDC government.
Mr Ali Seaman said the NDC government would collapse the Free Senior High School Policy, if Ghanaians mistakenly gave another opportunity.
The former party organiser who is also the current President of Movement for Justice and Equally Right, indicated that the Akufo Addo’s government inherited a bad economy from the previous government but managed to transform it to improve upon the living condition of Ghanaians.
He mentioned policies and programmes rolled out by the Akufo Addo’s government in the past four years, such as One District One Factory, Provision of an Ambulance per constituency, drones to transport blood for emergency cases, Nations Builders Corp and restoration of the teacher and nurse’s trainees allowance.
Others are cocoa pollinations, scholarship package for tertiary students, issuance of Ghana cards and free senior high school policy, which have brought employment and relief to Ghanaians especially parents.
He, therefore, urged the party members to work together in order to maintain political power come 2024.
By: Daniel Akwasi Nuako, Bibiani