Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, has predicted severe hardship in Ghana, ahead of the presentation of the 2019 Budget statement to Parliament by the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta on Thursday, November 15, 2018.

The Tamale Central Member of Parliament as expected did not mince words, as he described the Budget which is yet to be presented to Parliament, as though he knew the exact content, saying Ghanaians should brace themselves to experience hell in 2019, because the 2019 Budget statement will not provide any hope, but suffering.

“… we are just sounding a warming, that probably the next Budget will be “Ghana Beyond Hell”, because you see, 2019 will kick start campaign for 2020 Elections, so NPP will be behaving like the typical Fire man. Fire is burning now; Adentan foot bridges, must be completed, roads must be done, many of the things that they said they will do, which for the past 2 years they have not done, they will want to do them, so they will be doing some fire fighting and fire fighting will mean that, they wouldn’t be consistent.”

Hon. Fuseini was speaking on Day Break Upper East Programme on A 1 Radio in Bolgatanga, in the Upper East Region, where he also cast doubt over some projects that the Minister of Special Initiatives, Hawa Koomson said are being done with the One Million per Constituency Fund, across Upper East, Upper West and Northern Regions.

He called for branding of such projects for easy identification, monitoring and evaluation and to demand accountability.

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On the same Programme, the Bolgatanga Central Constituency Coordinator of Nasara, Alhaji Abu Fuseini also called on Ghanaians to ignore the Tamale Central Member of Parliament, as he was only saying things will incite Ghanaians against the ruling Party and government.

“See a Member of Parliament, who is supposed to be wishing his people well, he is predicting hardship and doom for his people, because of Politics. If difficult times we will all suffer,” Ahaji Abu said.

Source: / 101.1MHz / Ghana




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