Flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) former president John Mahama has stated that Ghanaians are going through a tough time under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
The NDC leader indicated that the economy is not working in favour of majority of Ghanaians, a situation he said is plunging them into severe difficulties.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with TV3’s Komla Klutse, the former president noted that Ghanaians are yearning for a change in this year’s elections due to these challenges they are facing.
“Times are hard for people…All the people that we have spoken to are finding it very difficult to make ends meet,” Mr Mahama stressed.
“One thing that stands out is the appreciation to the NDC government for a lot of the infrastructure that they have in terms of electricity, in terms of drinking water, in terms of schools, in terms of CHIPS compound, health facilities and so many other things.
He said the people want the NDC to come and continue from where they left off, saying “there is also the case of the abandoned projects – clinics, schools, roads, where we left off, most of those projects have been abandoned by the new government. Of course, they have their own priorities but the people are not happy about that.”
“They want a continuity,” he added.