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NDC is the vanguard that’ll lead Ghana out of current economic quagmire – Michael Nangena

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Michael Nangena, a member of the NDC’s communication team in the Upper East Region has described the NDC as the sole vanguard Ghanaians are yearning for to salvage the current economic challenges.

According to him, one does not need a soothsayer to tell that the NDC is the obvious choice for Ghanaians.

He made this assertion during a radio discussion on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show with Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith.

“I think that you don’t need a soothsayer to say that NDC has become the vanguard, the sole vanguard that can actually that lead Ghanaians out of the current economic quagmire that we are all going through.”

Mr. Nangena further alluded that Ghanaians always call on the NDC to ensure that some government policies or projects are stopped by the NDC.

He added that the NDC are usually under pressure to avert some pro-government policies or programmes; citing the processes leading to the passage of the e-levy as a typical example.

“At the moment, all the obnoxious policies or whatever, as soon as government moot the idea, people are calling on the NDC. Even the pressure on the NDC has always been more than those people who come out with such bad policies. If you look at the E-levy, look almost every day, like the prayer was that the NDC should not allow this policy to pass.”

According to Mr. Nangena, Ghanaians have lost hope and even forgotten that they voted for the NPP to initiate credible policies that can lessen their burdens. He described the current government as the most insensitive government.

“Even forgetting the fact that this is a government Ghanaians have voted for to churn out policies to further their lot. But most at times the attention is not on them at all because it is just like this government remains as alone of the most insensitive governments.”

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gerard Awombadek Asagi|Ghana

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