Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

Here are the top quotes from Ghanaian politicians on social media this week.

1. Nana Akufo-Addo

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

Nana Akufo-Addo

"The various tribes and religions in Ghana all live in harmony. However, when the time for election is due, there are some who will come with their messages of division, trying to set tribes and religions against each other. Please, do not pay heed to such people. We are all Ghanaians and let us continue to live in unity and harmony."

2. John Mahama

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

John Mahama in Bole Bamboi

"For me, President Atta Mills was the embodiment of Peace. He often said that without peace, no progress is possible. He was, indeed, our rock of Gibraltar, and I will forever miss him."

3. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

"To allay the fears of Ghanaians and the financial markets, the government should publish the fully reconciled fiscal data for 2015 and the first half of 2016 immediately. The lack of transparency is undermining confidence in the economy. This NDC government is simply not being honest with itself, the good people of Ghana, the IMF and the international community about the state of Ghana’s public finances. We need a real accounting for the money."

4. Felix Kwakye Ofosu

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

Deputy-Communications-Minister-Felix-Kwakye

"Imprisonment for speech is totally incompatible with democratic practice.The Right to free expression was not put in the Constitution because it was believed that citizens will say pleasant things about public officials.It was in fact put there so those with power cannot exact retribution against people whose comments offend them."

5. Hannah Tetteh

Five memorable quotes from politicians this week

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