In addition to corruption, Nana Akufo Addo's lack of vision has contributed to the NPP political party's quick demise. The fact that Ken Agyapong appeared on national television to declare that he had never seen such foolish NPP politicians in his life suggests that he is aware of the ignorance of NPP lawmakers. He believes that NPP politicians are brainless and worthless. Find the video and watch it.
Intelligent and common Ghanaians who reviewed and appraised the E-Levy when the NPP government decided to implement it discovered that it was a complete hoax intended to steal from the unemployed Ghanaians who were struggling in life without knowing where their meals were coming from each day.
Akufo Addo refused to pay attention to the cries of common Ghanaians because his heart dictates what he should do, regardless of what is best for the nation. As if Akufo Addo were revered like the late Idi Amin of Uganda, he possessed individuals who provided him all the support he required to ensure that this phony E-Levy was approved by parliament, including heads of churches, religious organizations, and men of God.
The so-called men of God are aware that the NPP administration has stolen a significant portion of the COVID funding, but since this seems to be the norm, no one bothered to ask Akufo Addo where the money is.
Like the president, Gabby Otchere-Darko, a relative of Nana Akufo Addo, also believes that most Ghanaians are ignorant, yet this is untrue. Now that the E-Levy has utterly failed, he is sobbing.
Nana Akufo Addo went so far as to demonstrate his disdain for Ghanaians and humanity by bringing a sick MP in an ambulance to parliament in order to raise the number of votes needed to pass the E-Levy law. What a vile individual? This is the same individual who asserts that he wants to construct a cathedral most Ghanaians are uninterested in.
Anyone who chooses the wrong path in life but refuses to hear advice from those who are most at risk or who have the wisdom to predict the results of a bad decision will eventually pay for it. Because the people he has never given a job after six years in power are not the fools he thinks they are, Akufo Addo has now lived to watch the downfall of the E-Levy.
A supporter of the NPP and a relative of the current leader of Ghana, Gabby Otchere-Darko, has warned that "if care is not taken, the country may soon have to borrow just to pay wages." I'm not sure what he means. Is Gabby trying to convince Ghanaians that Nana Akufo Addo is an ineffective leader, or is she blaming the people of Ghana for the country's political and economic woes since the E-Levy failed?
Gabby Otchere-Darko is a typical tribal bigot who continues to back Akufo Addo's corrupt administration. Being a relative of Akufo Addo makes it challenging for him to condemn the appalling, suicidal government of Akufo Addo. Gabby would claim things are fertile when it's indeed very terrible, so why is he concerned that Akufo Addo will borrow again?
As the saying goes, "What goes around comes around," therefore if you dig a pit and wait for the person you despise to fall into it, the pit will swallow you whole. Gabby Otchere-Darko has a repulsive personality and has helped and encouraged all of Akufo Addo's wrongdoings and crimes. Now that he realizes he will very soon reap the evil that he helped Akufo Addo sow.
You, Otchere-Darko, Akufo Addo, Ken Ofori-Atta, Justice Anin-Yeboah, Jean Mensah, Godfred Dame, and every NPP politician who is accountable for the fall of the NPP government will bear the weight too, believe me. Every sacrifice, including the failure of this forced imposition of the bogus E-Levy, will be a burden on every Ghanaian, including those that supported it.
“IMF still not an option, we're confident in our homegrown recovery plan,” said Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta a few months ago. Ken Agyapong, the New Patriotic Party's MP for Assin Central, added: "Only a failing administration goes to IMF, NPP government has not failed." Therefore, in order to help the suffering populace, the government must either find a way to save the depreciating Ghanaian economy and currency or swallow its arrogant pride toward the IMF.
The government's steadfast decision to oppose the E-Levy has resulted in the unemployment of thousands of mobile money workers, due to its failure. The truth is that the suffering and anguish this government has caused is a tiny fraction of what ordinary Ghanaians are experiencing. Because Akufo Addo is not a leader but rather an opportunist who never listens to anyone and never learns from his mistakes, a major crisis is underway.