You have every right to be angry – Minority Leader to youth


Dr Cassiel Ato Baah Forson has bemoaned the standard of living for the ordinary Ghanaian, especially the , saying they are justified to be angry with the current conditions.

“The only reason why Ghanaians are so angry, particularly the youth, is because there is no accountability in the system and you can't run a country like that.

“I have said that to the ordinary Ghanaian youth who is angry, you have every right to be angry.

“What is happening in the country is despicable,” he said.

The Leader was speaking to TV3‘s Komla Klutse on the sidelines of a community engagement in the Ododiodiodoo Constituency.

The two-day engagement was to get the members of the public to join Tuesday's against the Governor of the of , Dr Ernest Addidion and his two deputies.

After two postponements, the march will be staged in an effort to get the Governor and the two Deputy Governors to resign.

Dr charged the youth not to lose hope but to rally behind the (NDC) to return to to right the wrongs.

“Obviously, there are people out there that care. We care, the NDC cares and obviously what is happening so far is something that we don't have to [welcome].”

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