NPP are as ungrateful as Donald Trump- Veep

NPP are as ungrateful as Donald Trump- Veep

The vice president Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has advised Ghanaians to not pay no mind to the constant attacks by the NPP on the NDC administration. He said that the NPP made it a habit of constantly attempting to degrade the NDC in the eyes of the citizenry in order to win in the coming elections.

Speaking on the campus of the Cape Coast polytechnic, the vice president urged Ghanaians to steer clear from voting for the opposition NPP back into power as they had nothing to offer the Ghanaian people. He said that the NPP’s manifesto contained unrealistic and unnecessary plans that would only send the country in chaos if they were voted into power.

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I went through the NPP manifesto and I did not come across any policy on job creation. I don't know how they are going to create jobs. Maybe you can find one when you read it but for me I could not find one," he said.

He added that the opposition NPP were prone to spreading falsehood about the NDC government and its achievements even though there is enough proof to see their good works, citing Dr Mahamudu Bawumia as the worst of the bunch.

He compared Dr. Bawumia and the NPP to the current Republican opposition to Hilary Clinton in the upcoming US elections.

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“They live in their own world and make every ill of society the responsibility of their opponents. There is not one positive thing that NPP says NDC has done. Not the peace we enjoy, not the economic growth we have chalked, not the infrastructure that everybody admits,” he added.

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