Akuffo Addo's Leadership is a Crisis For Ghana- Peter Boamah Otukunor.
The Deputy General Secretary of opposition National Democratic Congress has describe the Akuffo Addo's lead government as a crisis for Ghana emphasizing on the bad economic policies of the government.
He said this in an interview with Kwame Nkrumah Tikesi on Okay FM's Adeakye Abia Morning Show.
He said, the high cost of food and living expenses, Increase in fuel prices, astronomical increase in electricity and water tariffs have made it visibly clear that the Akuffo Addo' led NPP government cannot steer the affairs of the economy.
With the recent increase in day light robbery that have rocked the capital city of Accra, he reterated the need for government to beef up the logistical and human capital of the security agencies.
He was however confident that come 2024, Ghanaians will vote massively for the return of NDC and the John Dramani Mahama government which will augment the Free SHS by completing the Community Day Schools started under Mahama' first government thereby eliminating the double track system.
He said there will be affordable health care, better and improved infastructure, quality and affordable education and better economic management policy.
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