Speaking on The Key Point show on TV3 this morning, Honorable Stephen Amoah admitted that Ghanaians are being faced with economic crisis. He added that Ghanaians have every right to complain but they should not think of considering NDC as the next party to lead the country.
According to him, the NDC would have performed worse if they were in power now. He added that the NDC went to IMF without any global pandemic. He continued by saying that Ghanaians should never have a plan to vote for John Mahama or NDC in the upcoming elections. He want Ghanaians to help the NPP to break the eight.
"NDC shouldn't choose John Mahama. If they choose former president Mahama, NDC will lose and you will be shocked. He has the worst record. We are import driven economy, and it clear that the pandemic caused us this. Before then, what were they doing. Mahama never had these global experience but what happened"
"He is now saying he wants to come back. If Ghanaians are saying they want to vote for him, we will see. He scrapped allowances that could let poor people go to school. NDC can never be the alternative unless Ghanaians just want to destroy this country" he said.
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