Nana Addo and Bawumia are inconsistent - Haruna iddrisu

Nana Addo and Bawumia are inconsistent - Haruna iddrisu

- The minority leader in parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, is of the view that the president and his vice are inconsistent in their words and deeds

- He argued that they were vociferous about the NDC's fiscal policies during the per elections period, but have resorted to borrowing, even in their first six months in office

- He called on all party faithfuls to give the NDC the needed support, so that it can play its role as a watchdog

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The minority leader and Member of Parliament for Tamale South, Haruna Iddrisu has accused the current government of proving themselves to be inconsistent in their words and deeds.

Nana Addo and Bawumia are inconsistent - Haruna iddrisu

Minority leader and MP for Tmale South, Haruna Iddrisu

Speaking to a charged crowd at Ashaiman during the celebration of the silver jubilee of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), the MP argued that in just six months of assuming office, the current government has developed the penchant for breaking electoral promises.

He indicated that prior to the December 7 elections, the president and his vice, then opposition leaders, consistently castigated the then NDC government with accusations of excessive borrowing, but upon the assumption of office, they have already taken to borrowing of funds.

“They speak with a double tongue… We are waiting for them in Parliament to come and say that they want to borrow. We will remind them about what they said in December and October about borrowing.” he added

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He then gave the assurance that all members of the minority would do all they can to ensure that they keep the government on it toes. He therefore tasked the supporters of the party to give it all the needed support so that it can effectively execute is duties as a watchdog

Former vice president, Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur added his voice by tasking all present to do their bit to ensure that the government is held accountable to its promises. He reminded the crowd that the government was still under a moral obligation to exhaust all of its 170 promises it made to the people of Ghana prior to the elections.

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