- NDC MP, George Ricketts-Hagan has give Dr. Bawumia 230 questions and statements to answer
- The NDC MP believes Bawumia's facts on the economy are not factual
National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament for Cape Coast South constituency, Kweku George Ricketts-Hagan has questioned Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s knowledge and appreciation of economics.
In an open letter addressed to the Vice President, the NDC lawmaker opined that even though Dr. Bawumia is entitled to his opinion, he cannot be entitled to his own facts.
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According to the NDC MP, the facts as expressed by Bawumia in a recent Town Hall meeting in Kumasi were inaccurate and can’t be trusted.
“It is for this reason that I found it necessary to send you this Open Letter to point out these factual inaccuracies and also take the opportunity to ask you some questions about the true state of Ghana’s economy,” he stated as introductory remarks.
Mr Ricketts-Hagan said he would be grateful if “it is for this reason that I found it necessary to send you this Open Letter to point out these factual inaccuracies and also take the opportunity to ask you some questions about the true state of Ghana’s economy,” he stated as introductory remarks.
Mr Ricketts-Hagan, in a statement, prayed the Vice President to answer 230 questions on the true state of Ghana’s economy before the December 7 polls.
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The NDC legislator also raised questions on the facts and figures the Vice President presented to Ghanaians during the NPP’s town hall meeting.
Mr Ricketts-Hagan said he would be grateful for Dr Bawumia’s comments on the statements and answers to his questions “hopefully before 7th December 2020”.
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