New Patriotic Party activist cum musician Kwame Asare Obeng otherwise known as A Plus has failed given the kind of promises he made and what he is delivering.
According to the founder of The People’s Project (TPP) President
Akufo-Addo deserves 30% for his poor performance as president.
He was speaking to Nana Romeo on Accra100.5FM’s ‘Ayekoo
Ayekoo’ monitored by MyNewsGH.com.
APlus accused Akufo-Addo is doing the very things he accused
former President John Mahama of, including appointing his family and friends in
government. He said the Dollar cedi rate which NPP said was high at GHc3.7 is
“If you tell us John Mahama is doing something which is not
good and that you will come and do better but you come and do worse; … You tell
us John Mahama is practising a family-and-friends government and we all
believed you and went and told the electorate that John Mahama is enforcing a
family-and-friends regime and you came to power and introduced
family-and-friends in government, it means you are someone who does not tell
the truth,” A Plus said.
“If you tell me that John Mahama is incompetent and one of
the reasons was that he had 87 ministers and I go and campaign. You tell me to
wake up at dawn to go and do door-to-door [campaigns], moving from room to room
at Accra Polytechnic, entering ladies rooms and assuring them that when Nana
Addo comes to power, he will reduce the number of ministers and then you come
to power and you increase it from 87 to 120-plus, and there are ministries that
have three deputy ministers, Chief Directors… when it happens that way, then
you have disappointed the people who love you,” he added.
“The followers of NPP, who believed [the things he told them] are disappointed, because you told us that the Ghana cedi under John Mahama was GHS3.7 [to USD 1] and it has made the cedi very weak, but you have rather taken us to 5-plus, and that is what hurts. It isn’t that anyone hates Nana and feels he is a bad person”.
Source: MyNewsGH.com/Stephen Zoure
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