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05.11.2019 Politics

incompetent Akufo-Addo Has Failed Woefully, Reject Him In 2020 – Ametor Kwame

By Richard Obeng Bediako
incompetent Akufo-Addo Has Failed Woefully, Reject Him In 2020 – Ametor Kwame

A member of the NDC communication team, Eric Ametor Kwame, has described the President Akufo-Addo as a failure.

According to the veteran politician, the Akufo-Addo led NPP government’s inability to fulfill its massive promise after the 2016 general elections is an indication of failure.

He described the current state of the country as situation ‘beyond hopeless’ maintaining that the Akufo-Addo-led administration has failed Ghanaians saying, “I think so far, the government has failed us.

Speaking as a panel member on ‘Pae Mu Ka’ with Kwaku Dawuro on Kingdom FM 107.7, Eric Ametor Kwame said:“We had too much hope in the Akufo-Addo-led administration, believed in his integrity, quality, age, exposure, level of experience to salvage the economy but failing contrary to buoyant economy promised and taken us for a ride resulting in retrogression,” Mr. Ametor Kwame bemoaned.

“Ghanaians owe H.E John Dramani Mahama (former president and 2020 flagbearer of the NDC party) a depth of gratitude for reshaping the destiny of Ghana under his tenure,” the noted.

The President and his Vice, who are busily enjoying the largess of power, have lost touch with the reality of dire economic straits that their misgovernance and maladministration has brought to this country.

“Today, the Ghanaian people are seeking answers, and the harder they seek, the more the President and his Vice continue to beat their own drum and dance to the tune.

“President Akufo-Addo worked better as a presidential candidate in 2016 than he is doing as the substantive president made the citizenry hopeful in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government, he added

Mr. Eric Ametor Kwame expressed the sentiments, accused the president of reneging on his promises and lamented that the country had deteriorated under the leadership of Nana Akufo-Addo.