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Take responsibility for current crises as Mahama did for ‘dumsor’ – Nangena urges NPP

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The Communication Officer for Talensi for the NDC, Michael Nangena is shocked that the government, government appointees and government communicators continue to refuse to accept responsibility for the current economic crises. 

According to Mr. Nangena, the Akuffo-Addo-led government could learn a thing or two from the erstwhile John Mahama administration. 

Speaking on A1 Radio’s Day Break Upper East Show, the Talensi Communication Officer for the NDC explained that John Dramani Mahama boldly took responsibility for the power crises, took up the challenge to resolve it and indeed resolved it. 

“Though belated, they have agreed that times are tough but that in itself is problematic. They haven’t engendered hope in the people. It is as if they have thrown their hands in despair. There were warning signs and we in the NDC told them. At one point, they said it was a figment of John Mahama’s imagination and that people should ignore him. Now, reality has dawned on us.”

“What we only need to do is to accept and take responsibility for it. This is not the first time. When we faced similar crises in 2015 arising out of the dumsor, John Mahama, then President of Ghana, acknowledged that there was a problem and that meat was eaten to the bone and that even though the crises was there, he was elected to fix the crises. He accepted the challenge and said he was going to fix it and really led all of us through it. BY 2016, their own Running Mate walked in citi fm voluntarily to say yes, John Mahama had fixed dumsor but he didn’t deserve credit,” he said. 

Even more worrying, according to Mr. Nangena, is the fact that the government’s strategy to deal with the problems is still not feasible. 

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

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