When NDC preached and campaigned on the Better Ghana Agenda, it suggested it was going to place Ghana on a much higher pedestal of growth and prosperity. This would mean doing things differently including an aggressive pursuit of industrialization in all shapes and forms. Regrettably, that agenda could not fly beyond the highfalutin rhetoric. A new administration comes in and is applying itself to a rapid industrialization agenda on all fronts including the automobile sector.
Instead of supporting these efforts, you are busy deriding this bold step and ridiculing giant automobile companies like VW in the hope that, that might win you votes. How can the promotion of salvaged and old cars against brand new cars made or assembled in Ghana be in the interest of making Ghana better? How can you lead well, when you sacrifice your own purported ideals and principles in this ignominious manner? I want to live in a Ghana where other countries come here for salvaged and lemon cars and not the reverse. We should and must, move forward because we deserve nothing less! #I choose “Apotro car” over salvaged cars#
Source: Atik Mohammed
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