NDC lacked common sense when they were in power; Ghanaians roast Adongo
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NDC lacked common sense when they were in power; Ghanaians roast Adongo

-Ghanaians have taken Isaac Adongo to the cleaners over his comments that the NDC will use basic common sense to transform the economy

-Adongo's comments did not go down well with most Ghanaian social media users.

-Some asked if the NDC lacked common sense to transform the economy when they were in power for 8years.

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National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Bolgatanga Central, Isaac Adongo, has incurred the wrath of Ghanaians for saying this party will use common sense to transform the economy when they come into power.

NDC lacked common sense when they were in power; Ghanaians roast Adongo

Isaac Adongo Source: Ghanaweb
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Mr. Adongo who is also a member of the Finance Committee in Parliament had earlier stated that the NDC intends to return to the ‘basics’ and introduce ‘common sense’ in managing the economy because the NPP has failed Ghanaians.

“We will go back to the basics. The basics are to deepen the financial sector to make more credits availble to the business community. That will begin to create more jobs because this syndrome of unemployment we see is because, for three solid years, SMEs have not received any funding. The private sector has been starved of funding and they are unable to produce. Secondly, We will introduce basic common sense. This common sense is to ensure that, we improve our fiscal management by generating more revenue and not what they [NPP] are doing today. All the time, it’s the same value they measure which doesn’t achieve anything," he said.

But several social media users were not happy about his statement after his story had gone viral. They wondered why the NDC did not use common sense to tranform the economy between 2008 and 2016 when they were in power.

Rashid Zakaria did not see any sense in what Mr Adongo said

Nana Boakye Yiadom did not agree with what Mr Adongo had said

Solomon Faibil also had this to say

Snr Antwi-Boasiako also stated

Richard Yeboah also had this to say

Quojo Owusu Yeboah also said

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