I never said Ghanaians are witches - Ursula clarifies

I never said Ghanaians are witches - Ursula clarifies

Member of Parliament for the Ablekuma West constituency has cleared the air on what she really said about Ghanaians who criticized the Akufo-Addo administration.

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The minister in a statement noted that she only sort to outline the achievements of the NPP government.

She vehemently refuted claims that she referred to critics of the government as “witches”.

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According to Ursula, “she merely touted the NPP Government’s achievements as remarkable and tangible and asserted that only blind propagandists would feign ignorance of these visible achievements which were obvious and had touched every home in this country”.

Her statement further described the publications in the media as outright falsity.

She therefore urged the public to disregard the falsehood that has been peddled so far in the media and treat them with contempt.

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Mrs Owusu-Ekuful respects the right of all Ghanaians to have their own opinions about any issue though she may not agree with it,” it added.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the United States of America is unhappy with Government of Ghana over the termination of the concession agreement with Power Distribution Services (PDS).

The US government, in a statement, described the action by the Government of Ghana as “unwarranted”.

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