Today's Metro TV good morning Ghana show turned into a debate when NDC Communicator, Felix Ofusu Kwakye told NPP Communicator, Hon Andrews Agyapa on the show that the New Patriotic Party cannot beat former President, John Dramani Mahama's achievements even if Ghanaians gives them 30 years to rule.
The debate was very interesting when NPP's Communicator, Hon Andrews Agyapa Ye said the NPP Government have a lot of work to do on the new curriculum before it gets to the various schools, and said although children in school are being thought by teachers but they don't have textbooks to study. After that he argued that the teachers are still teaching the kids very well so there is no problem about that.
In a counter argument by Hon Felix Ofusu Kwakye, he disagreed with Hon. Andrews Agyapa and told him that they have failed the people in Ghana and they couldn't provide textbooks for teachers and students on time after they have "a lot of ministers" working for them.
Through that the NPP communicator stated that the NDC did not help Ghanaians when they were in power and they (NPP) are now taking time to do everything better so the teachers and kids should exercise patience for the government.
The conversation then turned into another hot debate when Hon Felix Ofusu Kwakye told the NPP Communicator that when he was schooling, the government at that time provided textbooks for them, and gave teachers lesson notes to teach them but NPP government is doing otherwise which is very terrible to the nation.
According to him, he is worried for Ghana as NPP keeps doing things which will never help Ghana move forward.
He recounted Mahama's projects under education including his housing units projects built at Seglemi and said even if the people of Ghana give NPP 30 years in office, still they cannot beat Mahama's achievement. He finally jabbed that the IMF has exposed the NPP government after their figures presentered to the IMF is different from what they told Ghanaians abou the economy.
The NPP Communicator, Hon Andrews Agyapa too was very unhappy and said what Felix Ofusu Kwakye was saying is not true and they're doing everything possible to get everything goes smoothly for Ghanaians again.
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