As the President, who is also the leader of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), continues to deliver a better economy for Ghanaians in the coming days, the situation continues to deteriorate as the standard of living becomes unbearable.
Following the difficulties faced by the people of Ghana, the Caucus for Democratic Governance, Ghana (CDG GH) has asked the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to eat a humble cake and accept the fact that the economy is facing so many challenges under their supervision.
The concerned body is also urging the NPP to compel its leader, H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, to leave the Presidency of Ghana. The group complained about the current economic challenges in the country, indicating that the economy is struggling to breathe due to the mismanagement of the current New Patriotic Party, the government led by the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo nuclear power plant. Bawumi.
According to them, as they pointed out, the Ghanaian economy is struggling to breathe. Corruption has become a national catastrophe of extraordinary proportions; an example of dysfunctional leadership, between brutal repression, a culture of silence, clientelism and state capture.
They believe the economy is sick and struggling desperately for survival, noting that the rate at which public debt is galloping is frightening. According to the Caucus for Democratic Governance, Ghana, it is time for the NPP to act to force President Akufo Addo to step down.
The group insists it makes no sense for the president to remain at the top for the next two years. According to them, given the acute paralysis of the economy, the growing hardships facing Ghanaians and the lack of consensus in a divided parliament, two more years under Akufo Addo makes no democratic sense.
To this end, they believe that the NPP must eat humble pie and force the resignation of Akufo Addo to save Ghana. They think the president should resign and call for early elections. Follow this channel for more information on current events. Thank you!
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