The NDC Minority in Parliament has issued their own assessment of the NPP government’s first 100 days in charge, painting a picture of doom and gloom and a nation headed to hell in a hand basket.
Speaking at a press conference Tuesday to respond to the NPP’s own assessment of their hundred day tenure, the NDC said instead of the change promised Ghanaians, the NPP has delivered untold hardship and is running the country into the ground.
“It has been 100 days of hardships, deceit, wasteful expenditure on presidential swearing in ceremonies in Accra and Kyebi, wasteful expenditure on [email protected] celebrations, terrorism by Invincible Forces, Delta Forces and all the hidden partisan vigilante forces…[and] “unprecedented bribery and conflict of interest in high places.” Deputy Minority leader James Klutse Avedzi said at the presser.
According to the NDC, unless God himself takes over the wheel of this country, there’s no telling where we might end up.
“We ask the almighty God for divine intervention in the affairs of this station. Awurade begye steer no,”
He added: “Ghana cannot wait for four years of recklessness, violence, lawlessness, insecurity, incompetence, hardship and bribery in high places. Mr President, listen to the plea of most well-meaning Ghanaians and drastically prone down the size of your government now,”
On the contrary, Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia offered a rosy assessment of their first hundred days Monday, listing 103 achievements the government believe they’ve chalked within the three months they’ve been in charge.
As Ghanaians, we have to wonder how two people can look at the same country and see such drastically different realities. Is there anything known as truth anymore?