- Captain Smart has described the country’s two major political parties, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) as confused
- According to him, things were not going well in the country but those at the helm of affairs were refusing to live up to their mandate
Broadcast Journalist with Multimedia’s Adom FM, Captain Godsbrain Blessed Smart has described the country’s two major political parties, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP) as confused.
He however observed that among the two, the NDC appears more confused because they were refusing to show signs of a responsible opposition when they should be holding government accountable for its excesses.
He made this known on the show he on the political show Fabawoso on Multimedia’s Adom FM.
“The current government is confused but the opposition is super confused so we do not even know where we are heading. It is confusion everywhere,” he disclosed.
Captain Smart took on the current administration for its inability to defend some of the things it has done which has earned it a barrage of criticisms from the citizenry and civil society organizations.
“We have not had that government with the political will that will say someone has taken resources of the state and will jail the person. These are the ingredients for youth uprising because one day if they become impatient they will hit the streets in protest,” he disclosed.
According to him, things were not going well in the country but those at the helm of affairs were refusing to live up to their mandate by putting things right and protecting the national kitty.
“People are spending resources of the state and the best they get is a transfer to another place. You have done virtually nothing because he will engage in the same act at his new place,” he added.
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Source: Yen Newspaper