A founding member of the ruling New Patriotic Party and former presidential candidate for the United Ghana Party has been sharing his thoughts on the decision of Ghana to join the IMF. Dr. Wereko Brobbey is a former CEO of the Volta River Authority. According to the veteran politician he feels the decision by the government is an admission of failure by the Akufo-Addp led government.
To start with the interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen today, Tuesday, July 5, 2022, OB referred to him as a leading member of the NPP. Dr. Charles Wereko Brobbey felt the title was too huge for him. He explained that he is no more deeply rooted in the party because the party has changed from how it was when he first joined. He added that the party has become autocratic and this has forced him to withdraw.
When asked by OB if he still pays his dues to the party despite his quiet withdrawal, he laughed and said that he doesn’t consider himself a leading member of the party because he doesn’t pay his dues. According to him he prefers to buy cocoa than pay dues because it is more beneficial than dues for the party. He subtly called on the Finance Minister to resign for leading the country into a mess.
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