A political lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has descended on Yaw Osafo Maafo for his recent comments in which he told Ghanaians to park their cars if they can't buy fuel. Prof said that, Osafo Marfo has nothing to lose if his party don't break the eight and goes to opposition but at least he should spare us this arrogance and callous comments.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 27th May 2022, Prof wrote;
"Well he has nothing to lose if his party doesn’t break the 8 and goes into opposition. He has enough to keep and sustain him in his old age till he dies.
But at least he must spare us this arrogance and callous comments, given the fact that he and his cronies did politics with fuel price increases and used it as a basis to beg us for vote.
If he wants his party to go into opposition simply because even JA Kufuor couldn’t break the 8 as some of his own people are saying behind the scenes, that’s up to him. But at least he must treat us with some empathy and not add insult into our injury."
The senior presidential advisor, Yaw Osafo-Maafo told Ghanaians to cut their coats according to their pocket size since times are hard.
“There is no way the economy can provide subsidy to fuel,” the former Finance Minister told Accra-based Asaase Radio. “it’s a commodity we don’t produce, others produce and we buy. And therefore, we should at best buy it at the cost price.”
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