Vote out the NPP government in the 2024 election due to its incompetence - Kwakye Ofosu

Felix Kwakye, a former deputy minister of communications under the Mahama administration, has accused the New Patriotic Party (NPP) of delivering "garbage" governance.

In a tweet, he stated, "If the middle class cannot see that the NPP must be thrown out for this rubbish governance that has resulted in the expropriation of their money locked up in bonds, then they are the problem, not the NDC."

Following the capign aluch of Former President John Dramani Mahama in Ho on Thursday, March 2, one of his followers on Twitter tweeted, "Mahama spoke well and the NDC's decision to hold their Presidential primaries in May will help him because he can focus on selling his message to Ghanaians. Mahama's biggest challenge will be convincing middle class and non-aligned voters that he is the superior candidate."

Mr. Mahama, while promising to eliminate ex gratia, stated, "The payment of ex gratia to executive members will be discontinued." In 2025, the necessary constitutional steps will be taken in earnest.

He stated, "We will also convince members of the other branches of government to accept its removal."

Mr. Mahama added that he has analyzed the country's challenges over the past five years and compiled solutions to the problems.

He indicated that he has already provided alternative solutions to the current problems.

Some have lost faith in the democratic process and believe that democracy is inferior to other forms of government, according to the NDC's presidential candidate for 2020.

He added, "Our current state and its effect on the people deeply trouble me, which is why, as you have observed, at every significant or incorrect decision made by this government, I have provided alternative solutions and even offered the expertise and knowledge of some of my party colleagues to assist us in overcoming these obstacles.

"There is currently a widening chasm between Ghanaian society and the Ghanaian political system, and this is one of the reasons why a change is imperative at this time.

"Of course, I know how to bring about that desperately needed change because, over the past four to five years, I have continued to study our problems, I have continued to listen to each and every one of you and to a variety of scholars and experts, and I can say with absolute certainty that I have learned a great deal during this time, and I am prepared and able to be the kind of president that Ghanaians are seeking."

Mr. Mahama further criticized the Akufo-Addo administration for the country's economic difficulties.

He indicated that despite the efforts of his administration, Ghanaians voted for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2016 general elections in the hope that their problems would be resolved due to the opposition party's "grandiose" promises.

However, the Akufo-Addo administration has disappointed them, he said.

He stated, "This government has been clueless and in many ways callous. The unimaginable has occurred, and our country is now bankrupt on all fronts.

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