The NDC national communication director made this known via a tweet on what he titled nation wreckers with a hash tag "pray for Ghana."
The statement if the NDC National Communication Director was in response to the Nana Akufo-Addo's bold decision to resort to the IMF for some bailouts.
The government has received several backlash following the publication of the news by the Minister of Information, Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah.
The huge reaction of the main opposition NDC to the decision of the ruling NPP government was due to their earlier stance on Former President Mahama and his past administrations reliance on the IMF for some support during their time.
It would be recalled that the NPP referred to them as incompetent for relying on the IMF for bailouts before they could run the country.
The question many Ghanaians are asking is whether the call for prayer for our dear nation by the NDC National Communication Director is due to the fact that he has lost faith in the ability of the Nana Akufo-Addo administration to save the economic?
Many are hoping the NDC National Communication Director will come out soon with specific prayer points.
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