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Don't vote for disruptive change - Amissah-Arthur

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Comment: NDC DISRUPTIVE CHANGE OF REGRESSION OVER

Author:
CATAPULT
Date:
2016-11-01 15:51:45
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Don't vote for disruptive change - Amissah-Arthur

John Mahama and Amissah-Arthur represent disruptive change and a collapsed economy and so Ghanaians have heard him.
In 2008 with an economy growing more than 8%, NDC's disruptive change with the late Atta Mills promising fire and brimstone like what happened in Kenya if they didn't win, brought their disruptive change into Ghana's governance, development and economy.
Today after 8 years and with a debt stock of about $40 billion dollars and oil revenue to boot, the disruptive change of 2008 has seen the economy of Ghana in the tank with projected growth for the year 2016 at around 3.3%, the lowest in over two solid decades and Ghana crawling and tottering on the development front. A country and Ghana's neighbor which about a decade ago was involved in a civil war, ie Ivory Coast is now growing at over 8%.
Ghana made a mistake by being intimidated by the disruptive change of the Mills-Mahama-Amissah-Arthur NDC party and in this 2016 elections, Ghanaians say, enough is enough.
Ghana is ushering in the change that saw the transformation of an economy from HIPC to lower middle income economy. Ghana is ushering change that is positive growth oriented. Ghana is ushering in change that is stable.
The disruptive change of incompetence, corruption and economic collapse that John Mahama and Amissah-Arthur represent is YAAMUTU!!!!

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CATAPULT on Nov 1, 15:51
NDC DISRUPTIVE CHANGE OF REGRESSION OVER