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NPP Cannot Break The 8: God Does Not Support The Course - Nana Jantuah Declares On Alhaji And Alhaji

"The testimony from the lips of many Ghanaians would make you want to shed tears, the testimonies of pain and hunger they have been subjected to by the current NPP government. Recently, the prices of almost everything in the country have risen, and people have been impoverished. I'm afraid, another years under the government would kill Ghanaians." These were the exact words of the General Secretary of the Convention People's Party (CPP), Nana Yaa Akyempim Jantuah.

Indeed, the recent reports of a hike in fuel and LPG costs have sparked reactions among Ghanaians. In an interview on Pan African TV's Alhaji and Alhaji show hosted by Sena Nombo, Nana Jantuah has decried the current high cost of living in Ghana. Responding to question on the NPP's agenda to rule the country for another 8 years, she said that God does not approve the course of NPP because of their neglect for the past 4 years.

Speaking further, Nana Jantuah indicated that, her party, the Convention People's Party, would resist any attempt by the New Patriotic Party to use machinations to suppress the will of Ghanaians. She declared that, NPP should consider their "Break The 8" agenda as daydreaming and utopian phenomena.

Reacting to Mahama's comment that every Ghanaian citizen owes about Ghs11,000 cedis under the current government, she expressed her worries over the economic condition of the country, calling on Ghanaians to appreciate the other political parties as their economic salvation from the hardships under the NPP.

She added, "How are they going to break the 8 when they have borrowed and borrowing is not attractive anymore. It is impossible when the people are suffering. They cannot break any 8 because God does not support their course. We in the CPP want to send a caution to the NPP that any attempt to manipulate the systems to stay in power will not stand. It is time to understand that the NPP does not own the country. In 2024, you'll see what will happen."

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