- According to the NDC, Nana Addo and other executives of the NPP-led government have been "all talk, no action" for the past 7 months of governing Ghana
- The Regional Youth Organizer of the NDC threw jabs at the NPP for not fulfilling the "endless" list of promises made to Ghanaians during the campaign period for the 2016 General Elections
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The Ashanti Regional Youth Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Brogya Genfi has attacked the Akufo-Addo led government for failing to live up to the promise made to Ghanaians during the 2016 elections.
He questioned the actions of the current government with regard to improving the lives of its citizenry majority of whom wallow in abject poverty and diseases.
The President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo since taking office has gone on a series of official trips to other parts of the world including Monrovia, London, Belgium among others.
The youth organizer further lashed out at the President for wasting state funds in Belgium with his large entourage when those resources could be used to improve the standard of living of Ghanaians.
He lamented that the foreign travels by the President and his entourage was draining the nation’s resources.
He had this to say on his Facebook page, "It’s been 7 months of talk without action, and all he is interested in is a ‘photo shoot’ opportunity with the Queen of England. Is Ghana going back to be a colony of the British?".
"The foreign travels are draining our resources, Mr. President. What could be more embarrassing to a country of our stature than our inability to pay for car rentals and hotel bills of our President and his elephant-size entourage in Belgium? Very embarrassing!", he continued to complain in his post.
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