Paul Adom Otchere, host of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV, has descended on the current opposition party. The vociferous television personality thus sent this bold message to the opposition party.
Whiles speaking on the show, Paul Adom Otchere noted with concerns that he has looked around the world and has never seen an opposition in any country criticising the government of today for the economic situation in that country. He argued that, even in the United State of America, he hasn't heard the Republicans critizing the Democrats for the economic situation.
However, he added that it becomes worrying if the Ghanaians keep on hammering on Dr. Bawumia's address on the state of the economy because what he said and what the President said is quite similar. Sequentially, he added that, it begs the question when you see the economic situation and you talk about it without talking about the global factors which might have occasioned the situation, then we have a problem.
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