The National Democratic Congress has hinted that they shall be holding press conference come next week to discuss some issues affecting Ghanaians under President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government.
NDC has been organizing press conferences to jabbed the ruling New Patriotic Party government and Nana Akufo-Addo on how they are mismanaging the economy of Ghana. Ghanaians who wants actions from the biggest opposition party instead of always seen them talking have stated that they always bark but cannot bite which they don't understand.
NDC has told Ghanaians that their next press conference is about how fuel price is shooting up under President Nana Akufo-Addo in the country this year. Already, NDC has told Ghanaians that they have managed the economy better than what NPP government led by Dr Bawumia is delivering.
"NDC can only bark but cannot bite" Ghanaians reacts when NDC social media page made the news available to them today.
However, some people reacted by saying that despite the NDC can't bite, their next press conference "must be a fire one of course" because they are the only hope left as they say NPP had failed Ghanaians.
"Ghanaians are waiting patiently for 2024 to bring back JM the Visionary Leader" someone said despite it's very difficult for NDC to bite the NPP government.
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