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Stop Blaming NDC For Your Mismanagement- Jinapor Claps Back At NPP

The Yapei Kusawgu MP, John Jinapor has asked that the NPP admit their incompetency and mismanagement and cease blaming the NDC.

He says the NPP despite their actions that has kept the country in crisis has failed to admit that fact and is rather shifting blame.

The NPP claimed the E-Levy would save the country, yet, after the hype and all, the country still faces some challenges leading them to run to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

“They asked us to choose between E-Levy and IMF, when the E-Levy finally was passed the comment and jubilation on social media was humiliating the NDC, and even said that the NDC has no chance to return to power since the levy has come to pass”.

“Some few weeks after passage, it was published that they have gathered $ 1 million or so far, they also said the construction of the cathedral will make things better so Ghanaians should give their minds to the cathedral and that God will smile at us. Togo, Burkina, and Mali haven’t built a cathedral”, he said.

“You create such a mess and disappointment, and instead of them to admit it, they won’t, you could even say you meant well but plans failed, so we are going to IMF then you ask for citizen’s support but no. But you want to blame the NDC for your incompetence, you want to blame the NDC for your own mismanagement? NPP never accepts any responsibility, observe them, they don’t”, he added.

He went on to say that “They introduced COVID levy after COVID saying it will solve the COVID pressure, it was passed as well as sanitation levy, Energy Sector Recovery Levy and these are new taxes, so if you can’t handle your affairs you don’t blame others for it. They should stop that thing, it’s annoying.”

He is pleading with them to admit their failure and communicate to Ghanaians their call on the IMF.


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