Member of Parliament for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Apaak, has descended heavily on President Akufo-Addo for worsening the plight of citizens.
He believes the president should be held accountable for the hardships Ghanaians are faced with.
He slammed government for failing to fulfill its campaign promises of fuel reduction, stabilisation of the cedi against major currencies, reduction in cost of doing business among others. What Ghanaians are witnessing is a direct opposite what they promised, he said.
He went ahead to take a swipe at the president for failing to show positive results after appointing 111 ministers.
He went ahead to touch on job losses across all sectors of the economy and suggested citizens are worse off today under the NPP.
Read below his post:
Folks, Prez NADAA is responsible for the hardship in Ghana, no one else. The coming increase in talk tax as the Telecos have announced, like many other tax increases, didn't fall from the sky, its NADAA and his NPP policy!
Has Ghana been moved from taxation to productivity? Have fuel prices gone down? Is the cedi doing better? Has the cost of doing business in Ghana improved?
The AGI is complaining, the Ashante Business Association is complaining, Importers and Exporters are complaining, Abosokai spare parts dealers are complaining, Students are complaining!
Media houses, banks and others private sector employers are laying off workers!
Are Ghanaians better of today? NO! Those enjoying are family and friends of NADAA, the 111 Ministers, thier several aides and assistants, the over 1000 Presidential Staffers, the heads of Agencies, CEOs and thier bus loads of aides and assistants!
Mess here, mess there, mess everywhere!
The solution is to #GO4JM!