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Stop touting nonexistent achievements and focus - Inusah Fuseini jabs Bawumia

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Tue, 30 Mar 2021 Source:

"If you said you have dug One Village One Dam and there is no water in the dam, what does it mean? Is this an achievement?” That was the question posed by the former Member of Parliament for Tamale Central Inusah Fuseini to Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

The former legislator believes it is high time, the Nana Addo led administration focused on the suffering of Ghanaians, instead of the continuous touting of achievements that were nothing to write home about.

To him, the policies and programmes were poorly implemented and therefore it’s a shame that the Vice President sees them worthy of mentioning.

He indicated the Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has no track record even in the Northern part of the country where he comes from.

“On the ticket of promises, you [Dr. Bawumia] have no track record. Governing a nation is not a comedy. It’s not a child’s play. If you said you have dug One Village One Dam and there is no water in the dam, what does it mean?. Is this an achievement?” he questioned while speaking to Bolgatanga-based A1 Radio.

He noted that even after padding at some polling stations in the 2020 election, the margin the NPP won within 2016 has reduced drastically; an indication that the people of Ghana are not happy with the NPP.

“Nana Akufo is noted to have said that he won election 2016 with about 1million votes. In the 2020 elections, even with padding in some polling stations, Nana Akufo Addo barely crossed the 500, 000 mark. These are the issues that Bawumia should be worried about. If you say that you have achieved all these, how come Ghanaians have not appreciated you enough?”

The Vice President of Ghana in a post shared on his social media platforms mentioned the various projects undertaken by the NPP government led by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in its first term indicating that they are ready to take off in their second term in office.