Kennedy Agyapong (the NPP Member of Parliament for Assin Central), has asked Ghanaians to wake up and not to fall for the deceit of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), on the #FixTheCountryNow brouhaha.
The #FixTheCountryNow protest march is a protest over hardships and the neglect of leadership in the country. The protest march is intended to come on, on the 9 of May, 2021. The protesters have lamented the hike in fuel prices, poor education, healthcare delivery and poor road network among others.
Responding to the #FixTheCountryNow brouhaha, Honourable Kennedy Agyapong revealed that, “When Mills wanted to come to power, he promised to reduce everything. But when he came to power, the prices skyrocketed. Someone who said he was going to reduce the prices had skyrocketed it. Ghanaians and the NPP should be vigilant. Use your brain and tell the people clamoring to fix it that the NPP has fixed it and we continue to fix it”.
Speaking on Oman Online Radio, the Honourable said President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s Government is working on fixing the country, but will need some time and supports to solve the problems.
According to him, when Atta Mills and the NDC came to power, upon all their promises, they came and messed up the system by increasing the prices of fuel and increasing the standard of living in the country.
Mr. Agyapong have advised the New Patriotic Party to be vocal and tell the world what the government is doing to get the economy back on track in order not to go back to the dark days of NDC governance.
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