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Insensitive arguments - Dr. Kofi Amoah shreds Afenyo-Markin's plea for NPP to be retained

Insensitive arguments - Dr. Kofi Amoah shreds Afenyo-Markin's plea for NPP to be retained

During a press briefing in parliament on April 19, 2024, Afenyo-Markin, who is also the Effutu Member of Parliament, questioned Mahama's ability to bring innovation and vision to Ghana, suggesting that his re-election could result in a lack of urgency and possible internal party strife.

Amoah took to social media on April 20, 2024, to express his views, challenging the ruling party's narrative.

He highlighted the current administration's economic performance, pointing to issues such as the bankrupt economy, soaring debt, high inflation, a weak currency, rising unemployment, and corruption as reasons the NPP government had failed and should be voted out in the 2024 general election.

"Here’s their record: Bankrupt economy, largest debt, highest inflation, worst cedi, highest joblessness, corruption.

This exchange comes amid the ongoing debate over Ghana's leadership and the direction of its economic policies as the nation approaches a crucial election in December 2024.

Highest inflation

https://t.co/iVPCHjuxO0

— CitizenKofi (@amoah_citizen) April 20, 2024

Source: GhanaWeb
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