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Stop the explanations, complaints; fix the problems – Chiana-Paga NDC Comms. Officer

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Apostle Stephen Avoyam, the Chiana-Paga Constituency Officer for the NDC is unhappy that the government is rather focused on complaining about the current economic problems rather than fixing them. 

He explained that as a government, they are supposed to provide solutions and implement the same. Speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, Apostle Avoyam explained that until the government sits up and tackles the economic problems, Ghanaians would continue to take every opportunity to show their displeasure. 

His comments were made on the back of recent booing of Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia when he rose to speak at the Hogbetsotso Za. 

“What they are saying is not translating on the ground. [The things the government is saying], that would not give us food. It would not give us jobs.”

“It [the booing] would only stop if things change. If things are what it is, I wonder if it will stop. I believe that if fuel reduces and we can all buy fuel, why not, we will praise the government for that. If food prices come down, we will praise him for that. Why do you want us to praise you when you do not want us to send this signal to you?”

Apostle Avoyam continued to say, “one of the things that I find difficult to understand about political leaders, especially in this regime is that, when there are better things, they take the glory but when things are going bad, they refuse to accept the blame.”

“If you are a father and there are challenges, what do you do? Do you shift the blame to the children or do you accept the responsibility?”

The Chiana-Paga Communication Officer for the NDC said citizens are now tired of the government’s incessant complaints. 

“Leaders are not voted to come and explain problems. We are voted into power to solve problems. Explaining the problems wouldn’t solve the problems,” he said. 

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Mark Kwasi Ahumah Smith|Ghana

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