None of NPP aspirants is a threat to NDC – former Local Govt Minister
“None of the presidential aspirants poses a threat to the NDC. With their failed leadership and the mess created, they would rather pose a threat to the country”. – Hon Akwasi Opong-Fosu.
Hon. Akwasi Opong-Fosu former minister of local Government and former Mp for Wassa Amenfi East on an interview with kofi Cula the host of political affairs on United Kingdom based Omega emphasis that His Excellency John Dramani Mahama and the National Democratic Congress No matter how the Ruling New patriotic Party and their amalgamate try to play the incumbency to their advantage.
He stressed the level of mismanagement and corruption the current administration has brought in the era of governance it will be very difficult for Ghanaians entrust the leadership of the country in their hands irrespective of the one who will emerge as their flagbearer.
Touting the performance of the NPP government as unprecedented by Vice- President Bawumiah does not surprise anyone. He lives in his own bubble. He believes in his own lies, and that is a problem and problem for his own party, And his not a surprise his contenders are appealing to delegates not to vote for any liar.
Addressing the issue of politics and ethnicity the former Minster and local Government expert hon. Akwasi Opong-Fosu Identify politics based on ethnicity and religion has emboldened self-serving politicians to get away with evading responsibility and accountability.
People are born into families and not political parties as some claim.
He said Until we renew our mindset, on leadership purposes, abuse of power, corruption, and nepotism will persist to the disadvantage of the very people who defend the perpetrators.
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