Joyce Bawa Mogtari and George Ayisi today, Thursday, October 21, 2021 joined Johnny Hughes on the New Day morning show. George is the PRO at NADMO and the NPP representative on the show. Joyce represented the NDC and is the Special Aide to former president John Mahama. She is an accomplished lawyer who once serves as a Deputy Transport Minister.
The discussions on the show today centered on unemployment and abandoned E-Blocks. According to Joyce it is now clear that the NPP have disappointed Ghanaians. According to her it was difficult to comprehend why Mahama’s E-Blocks have been abandoned causing the Aflao chief to complain. She wondered why a government will promise 350 secondary school not build even one and yet have the guts not to finish ones started by his predecessors.
She lambasted the 1D1F and the planting for food and jobs. She complained that it was all about the noise and screaming and yet very little has come out of those ventures. She explained that banks are not even ready to lend monies to people to start jobs. You have been exposed by nurses, teachers, students, youth and everyone. You have failed” Joyce said.
When Johnnie asked if this means that the NPP have done nothing in 5 years, Joyce simply queried Johnnie as to why he didn’t ask if the NDC had done nothing prior to 2016. She called on Ghanaians to challenge the government to do better. Apparently, Joyce was too much of a challenge for George Ayisi who was on the show. Joyce opined that things would have been different and Ghana a better place if John Mahama had won the 2016 elections. she tasked Ghanaians to rally round John Mahama for a better future and Ghana.
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