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Ex-NPP Communications Director slams NDC for resisting progressive economic policies

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The former Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Upper East Region, Issah Sanusi, has criticized members of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) for their perceived inability to adapt to new economic strategies implemented by the current government.

According to Mr. Sanusi, the NDC has failed to move with the times, particularly in recognizing and supporting the measures taken by the NPP government to revamp the economy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and other global challenges.

“The members of the NDC, especially their MPs in Parliament, are so fixated on their old ways that they are unwilling to acknowledge the positive changes the government is making,” he stated.

Mr. Sanusi’s remarks were made during a political discussion on A1 Radio, where he expressed concerns over the opposition’s approach to governance and policy.

Sanusi highlighted several initiatives introduced by the government to stimulate economic growth, including financial support for small and medium enterprises, investment in infrastructure, and various social intervention programs. He argued that these measures are designed to address the economic fallout from the pandemic and position Ghana for a sustainable recovery.

“The NPP government is implementing forward-thinking strategies that are crucial for our economic revival. However, the NDC’s unwillingness to see the light is hindering national progress,” Mr. Sanusi added.

He called on the opposition to adopt a more constructive approach, urging them to collaborate with the government in the interest of national development.

“It’s time for the NDC to move with the times and support initiatives that benefit the country as a whole,” he added.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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