Kofi Owusu Hene, also known as Kofi Kapito, the head of the consumer protection agency, has lamented the situation of his party, the in power New Patriotic Party (NPP).
Kofi Kapito accused the party’s leadership and council of elders of watching on helplessly as some members, including President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his appointees, damaged the party’s reputation by their acts in a Neat FM interview that Ghanatodayonline.com was listening to.
He also lamented the NPP government’s inability to solve the problems plaguing Ghanaians and the president’s recent comments criticizing those who have criticized his administration.
“today, [the] president is telling his critics that he is unconcerned whether people vote for the NPP or not. I think he was not feeling well that day and so I will forgive him.
“But what I am trying to say is that when it comes to the party (NPP), as they have been saying in their hometown that they will [not] sit for Okyeman to be destroyed, I, Kofi Kapito, will not sit aloof for the NPP to be destroyed,” he said in Twi.
He continued by praising the NPP MPs who called for the dismissal of Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta due to his mishandling of the country’s finances.
“May God bless Eugene Antwi Antwi, Patrick Boamah all of them, including Andy Appiah-Kubi”, did well for their fortitude in making this decision, he continued.