You enjoyed undeserving goodwill from Ghanaians but delivered poorly – Otokunor’s solidarity message to NPP

Peter Boamah Otokunor (in red) was at the venue with Ningo Prampram Lawmaker Sam Nartey George (white)
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Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Peter Boamah Otokunor has said that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration has performed poorly in office.

He said in his solidarity message to the NPP at the party’s delegates conference at the Accra Sports Stadium, Saturday, July 16 that the government has received more money in taxes and loans than any other government yet, has not delivered to meet these revenue that have been generated.

Cost of living is increasing, he said.

“The NPP remain the luckiest political organization in Ghana having to enjoy underserving level of goodwill from the people yet have only offered poor leadership, incompetent leadership, leading to the current economic hardship for all Ghanaians.

“The NPP government has been privileged to benefit from ¢500billion in revenue and about ¢400billion in borrowed input compared to the ¢200milion under their predecessor, the nation builder His Excellency John Dramani Mahama.”

Meanwhile, the outgoing National Chairman of the NPP Freddie Blay said the party is united than ever despite some challenges it encountered.

He said the party is in a better shape at the moment than what he inherited as National Chairman.

“The NPP is as much in a better shape than what our team inherited. It has not been easy but in spite of all challenges , through team work, tolerance and patience we are still together more united than ever,” he said.

He added that “The NPP is a great party and we should strive to make it even greater.”

At the same event, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah Dame has said that he is confident his party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will break the 8-year electoral cycle in the 2024 general elections.

In his view, this is due to the good performance of the government in developing and transforming he country.

Speaking in an interview with TV3’s Roland Walker at the Accra Sports Stadium he said “I am saying that we have never seen, since independence, this kind of development. Even in my own sector, you can see the transformation and the development we have made in good governance and all.

“That clearly shows that the party is capable of transforming the fortunes of the country and I am very confident that in 2024 the people of Ghana we will renew the mandate that they gave to us and we will break the 8.”

By Laud Nartey||Ghana

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