NDC PRESSER: ‘NPP’s fairy tale promises catching up with them’-Protuphy

    /    Jul 20, 2017   /     NewsBreak, Politics  /    Comments are closed  /    449 Views

“Fairy tale promises that the NPP made in opposition is beginning to catch up with them”,  that is according to the National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Kofi Portuphy.

The NDC Chairman also opined that “many of the persons who voted for the current leadership are undoubtedly counting the days and wishing that the next election will take place today so they can rush to the voting centers and vote out this highly incompetent government.”

He made the comments at a Press Conference, Thursday while responding to issues raised by His Excellency the President, Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo Addo Tuesday at his maiden media encounter to mark six (6) months of his governance.

The President paved the way through the Media encounter for some 40 selected Senior Journalists to ask him questions bordering on the Economy, Energy, Agriculture, Sanitation, Security, Courrption among other sectors.

The President mentioned some of the successes chalked by his administration in the last six months but chose to either direct some questions to his appointees or not answer them at all, saying providing answers to those ones would not be in the right direction since it was too soon.

But in response to the issues raised by the president, the NDC Chairman averred that “Ghana has been going through unbearable moments since January 2017 when the mantle of leadership and a peaceful nation was handed over to President Akufo Addo.”

“Six (6) into the moribund maladministration of the Akufo Addo led NPP administration, it has been a sordid story after sordid story.” He added.

He accused the NPP of flying on the wings of lavish and unachievable campaign promises to come into power. hence, “it is not surprising that President Akufo Addo and his over-bloated government are swimming and grouping in the dark and and not achieving any meaningful results.”

He alleged that Ghanaians were anxious to go back for their “color television and hand over the black and white to the owners.”

Suraya Alidu Malititi| kapital971.com

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