Prices of fuel have increased in Ghana and the opposition NDC has taken the incumbent party- NPP on. They claim that the hardship in Ghana is high already and fuel prices shouldn’t be added to our woes. They want to even hold a press conference to address the issue. The NDC want to defend the good people of Ghana and make our displeasures known to the leaders in power.
But according to one Kofi Nyarko, a Ghanaian vlogger who lives in Holland has told the NDC that they do not have the moral right to criticize the NPP on the basis of fuel increase. According to Kofi, if the crude oil in the international market increases, no one can do anything about it. Besides, since the increase in crude oil, Holland has increase electricity. This increment has never happened for 60years now.
He said NDC was in power and refused to decrease fuel prices even when crude oil prices decreased in the international world. He added that subsidizing fuel prices is not the best because it will leave debts for the next generation. This generation must suffer our fate and ensure that we even build a better future for the next generation.
NPP has not solved all the problems in Ghana but it is a fact that NPP leaders are better managers of the economy, not the NDC. He suggested that all discerning Ghanaians should read about the crude oil and fuel matters before making any opinion or decision. Ghanaians reacted this way:
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