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Wed, 12 Jun 2024 NPP

Media, judiciary have been compromised, corrupted by NPP gov't more than any gov't in Ghana's history — Former NPP General Secretary 

Media, judiciary have been compromised, corrupted by NPP gov't more than any gov't in Ghana's history — Former NPP General Secretary 
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Former General Secretary of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Nana Ohene Ntow, has criticised the incumbent government, accusing it of unprecedented levels of corruption within key national institutions.

Currently a leading figure in the Movement for Change led by Alan Kyerematen, Ntow expressed his concerns during an interview on Peace FM's "Kokrokoo" morning show.

He asserted that the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia administration has compromised both the media and the judiciary, claiming that the current government has corrupted these institutions more than any previous administration in Ghana’s history.

"A lot of people have the feeling or the perception that the media today has been corrupted by this government more than any other government in our history... The perception is that the judicial system has been corrupted," Ntow stated emphatically.

He further contended that the major institutions of governance under the present government have been more compromised than ever before, highlighting a prevalent institutional decay.

As a prominent member of the Movement for Change, Ntow urged Ghanaians to support former Trade Minister Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, whom he believes is the best candidate to lead the nation towards genuine transformation.

"If you couldn't do anything in eight years, what can you do if we give you another four years?" Ntow criticised the NPP’s presidential candidate, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, questioning his capacity to bring about meaningful change after an already extended tenure.

Gideon Afful Amoako
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