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Stop Comparing NDC’S Economy To NPP’S – General Secretary

According to John Boadu, prof. Gyampo’s government, the NDC when in power for eight good years could not improve upon Ghana's economy.

September 19, 2018

The General Secretary for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) John Boadu has replied professor Jampo to stop comparing the National Democratic Congress Economy to that of the New Patriotic Party.

According to him, prof. Gyampo’s government- the NDC, when in power for eight good years could not improve upon Ghana’s economy.

He indicated that the NDC rather caused a mess to the economy which the NPP is currently suffering the consequences, therefore, should stop disturbing the peace of the NPP government.

The General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party made this remark in an interview with an Accra base Neat FM morning show host, Kwesi Aboagye, this morning.

However, he mentioned the New Patriotic party has worked and managed to improve upon the economy barely two years into governance than the previous years of the NDC.

“The National Democratic Congress should not base on the increment of this year fuel and compare themselves to the economic system of the New Patriotic Party,” he said.

He said during the eight years of the NDC, crude oil was sold at three hundred thousand dollars ($300,0000), in the world market but could not manage the economy well hence it will be very complicated for the New Patriotic party to handle the system of seven hundred thousands dollars per one tin of petrol.

“It’s our priority to repair the destroyed economy of Ghana in the time of the NDC in our time of office. We have taken the economic system from-B to B which depicts our vivid concern about the economy,” he revealed.

“I buy petrol hence we are all facing the increment of the fuel in Ghana but the New Patriotic party will repair it very soon”, Mr Boadu promised.

Source: Mosu Nyameke Philip

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