A deputy national organiser of the NDC, Chief Hamilton Biney has said Ghana under the leadership of President Nana Akufo-Addo has retrogressed contrary to what he promised the citizens.
To him, Ghanaians won’t accord Akufo-Addo the needed respect when his term as president ends, mainly because of the impunity with which he governed.
Chief Biney who was speaking to Kwame Minkah on TV XYZ Monday morning observed that the promises of “one million per constituency, one district one factory” and the resolve to tackle unemployment have not been fulfilled some 6 years after the NPP took over office.
“Nobody will respect President Akufo-Addo after he leaves office,” he stated as he lamented that everything is in a mess under the NPP.
“What are you going to say about Akufo-Addo when he leaves office? Are you going to talk about Ayawaso West Wuogon [by-elections] violence where people who were not police officials but dressed like police and shot at innocent people or what,” he quizzed.
His comment comes at a time hardship is biting hard as inflation escalate while the government is battling debt servicing and seeking refuge from the International Monetary Fund.
Fuel prices have been going up almost every month since the beginning of 2022 while the cedi keeps depreciating on weekly basis.
The economic downturn has diminished the spending power of the middle class while cost of doing business is all time high.
Chief Biney, who is hoping to be elected by the NDC to be its national organiser, said the Akufo-Addo administration has failed to cushion Ghanaians and will go into the history books of the country as the worse government.
He then rallied Ghanaians to register with the NDC and vote them into power in the next elections to rescue the country, saying the NDC creates opportunities for all.