The least you talk about the unemployment situation in Ghana the better. That is why it is always funny when you see NPP and NDC with each of them claiming that they are better than their opponents in providing employment. In fact the problem you claim to solve is in existence so why praise yourself over it?
So in a similar banter Today on the morning show of Pan African TV, the member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Hon. Murtala Muhammed stated that the drop in the rate of unemployment in 2017 was as a result of efforts put in place by the Mahama administration.
According to him, the Akuffo Addo-led government could not have yielded any results on the unemployment situation. Focusing his argument on the ￼period of transportation he said it was was too early for the NPP government to start making impact since the value was recorded in June. Meanwhile below is the statistics of the unemployment situation in Ghana since 2010.
"Assuming the NPP has lost the 2020 general election, they have still been responsible for anything that affects the country as we sit through the interventions they put in place." Do you agree with him?
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