Napo Slams Mahama Over Failed Promises

MATHEW Opoku Prempeh aka Napo, the Manhyia South Constituency Member of Parliament (MP), has jabbed President Mahama for always giving promises which he does not fulfill.

According to him, the president and his National Democratic Congress (NDC) government had continually given mouthwatering promises to the citizenry since assuming political power, yet they have failed woefully to deliver them.

Napo, who looked furious over the harsh economic challenges facing Ghanaians currently, labeled President Mahama’s administration as a ‘failed government’ which cannot develop the country.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) law maker, who is development-oriented, admonished Ghanaians to vote massively for Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP because the party has the wherewithal to develop Ghana.

Napo was addressing a colossal crowd at Manhyia Proper – an area in the Manhyia South constituency – during the start of the second round of a community durbar that he has been organizing, dubbed ‘Meet your MP.’

The community durbar, which would be replicated in all the electoral areas in the constituency, presents a good platform for the people to quiz Napo about issues affecting the constituency and Ghana at large.

It is one of the strategies being adopted by the Manhyia South MP to get closer to his constituents and also be abreast with the problems facing them so that he could find solutions to them.

Napo sternly cautioned Ghanaians not to take money and vote for President Mahama and the NDC in 2016, insisting that any mistake by Ghanaians to vote for the NDC in 2016 would result in the total collapse of the country.

‘Don’t take GH¢50 from the NDC and vote for Mahama in 2016 and suffer for four years. Mahama’s continual stay in political power would lead to the total destruction of the country,’ the MP, without mincing words, warned.

Corruption, according to him, is the order of the day under the NDC administration, warning that another NDC term in office would lead to dire consequences.

Napo, again took a swipe at President Mahama for borrowing too much – an unfortunate development which had increased the debt owed per person in the country from GH¢240 at the time the NPP left office, to a staggering GH¢4,000 now.

The MP, who sounded confident, stated that the NPP would unite as one political party with a common destiny and confront the 2016 elections with a full force, maintaining that victory could not elude Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi


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