Akufo-Addo’s gov’t is moving the nation backwards – Mahama

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According to former president John Dramani Mahama, the Akufo-Addo administration is presently moving the nation backwards.

According to John Mahama, the extreme suffering Ghanaians are currently going through is sufficient evidence of the nation’s regress.

As part of his two-day “Building the Ghana We Want Together” campaign trip, Mr. Mahama told party members in Drobo in the Jaman South Municipality of the Bono Region that the NPP gained power on the basis of a number of pledges that they have since broken.

“This government when in opposition made so many promises in a bid to win political power. They promised One Village, One Dam, One Constituency One Million Dollars, and One District One Factory but what we see now is different from what they promised and the hardships we are witnessing have proven that they lied to us”.

He claimed that the current administration has made the nation progress backward in every area, rather than building on the accomplishments of the previous administration.

“The NDC established a strong base during my term, but this administration has failed to build on the progress we achieved.

The government’s inability to fulfill its debt commitments as a result of the government’s ballooning public debt demonstrates the failure of the economic administrators.

He urged the delegates to vote for him to head the party because he has the skills and the track record to bring the NDC to power and get the nation back on track.

“There is an opportunity to save this country and we can do it by assisting the NDC to win power again and by that I am begging you to give me the mandate to head the NDC in that respect since I have the expertise and the demonstrated record” Mr Mahama stated.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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