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Call for resignation of governor for BoG a national interest -Peter Toobu

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The Member of Parliament for Wa West and retired police officer, Peter Toobu, has indicated that the call for the resignation of the governor for the Bank of Ghana (BoG) is in the national interest.

This, he noted, must therefore be supported by all Ghanaians who are suffering under the Akufo Addo-led government.

“This is a call to duty; it is a patriotic call to duty that every Ghanaian who believes that the country is moving in the wrong direction should join the demonstrators for us to express that view to the government and understand that governance is all about making life better, is not about thievery, is not about corruption, or making the system difficult for people.”

The lawmaker asserted that democracy has produced resident Akufo Addo as the worst president ever in the history of the country, as he is making things difficult for the citizens.

“This is not the way to run a country, and this was never what we expected in 2016 when we voted for Akufo Addo, and this was not our dream when we repeatedly voted for him in 2020. It is historically bad, and all of us should rise up and say democracy has produced one of the worst presidents for us, and never again should we experience such in our governance system,” he added.

He revealed this when he spoke to Mark Smith on A1 Radio`s Daybreak Upper East show regarding the “Occupy BOG” demonstration, which is seeking the resignation of the Governor of the Bank of Ghana and his deputies.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling for the resignation of the governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Ernest Addison, for causing financial losses to the state totaling GH60.81 billion for the 2022 financial year as against a profit of GH1.23 billion recorded in 2021.

Source:A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gilbert Azeem Tiroog|Bolgatanga


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