One Year Under NPP 'Hopelessly Uninspiring' - Minority
One Year Under NPP âHopelessly Uninspiringâ - Minority
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The Minority in Parliament has passed a damning verdict on the New Patriotic Party (NPP) governmentâs performance since the 7th December 2016 polls. Thursday, December 7, marks exactly a year since President Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) polled 53.85 per cent of valid votes cast to become Ghanaâs fifth president beating his closest rival, then-incumbent John Mahama. The NPP cruised to that victory on the back of a myriad of promises including free Senior High School (SHS), One-District-One-Factory, $1million per constituency and One-Village-One-Dam, among others. A year after the crucial elections, minority MPs believe it has been a year of âwasted opportunities and one of hopelessnessâ. Minority Spokesperson on Communications, Alhaji A.B.A. Fuseini says the NPP has rather allowed impunity to thrive saying a National Dem ocratic Congress (NDC) government could have done better. âNPP for one year is hopelessly uninspiring. They gave the people of this country a fundamental promise in the manifesto that he [Akufo-Addo] has seen the toils and sufferings in this country and that when he comes to power he is going to sacrificeâ and turn things around. Mr Fuseini criticised the âelephant governmentâ of 110 ministers whom he said have still not fulfilled the promises outlined in the NPP manifesto. These and other issues he said sums up the woeful performance of the NPP after a year in office. However, Majority leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu disagrees. Speaking to Class news, he said the performance of the NPP government has been spectacular thus far.
Source: Class FM
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