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Hassan Ayariga criticizes NPP, NDC for Ghana’s under-development

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In a recent interview with A1 Radio, Dr. Hassan Ayariga, founder and presidential candidate of the All People’s Congress (APC), voiced strong concerns over Ghana’s economic state under the leadership of both the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

Mr. Ayariga highlighted the escalating cost of living, citing increases in prices of essential goods such as foodstuffs, cement, and transport fares, which have placed a heavy burden on Ghanaian households.

Expressing disillusionment with the traditional parties, Mr. Ayariga emphasized that neither the NPP nor the NDC offer viable solutions to the country’s economic woes. He distanced himself from comparisons to the two main parties, asserting that his approach to governance would be fundamentally different.

“NPP and NDC have no plan for changing the ailing economy. Don’t compare me to them,” he stated.

Mr. Ayariga outlined key policy proposals aimed at addressing Ghana’s challenges, including a shift in mindset towards governance, comprehensive data collection to better understand and serve the needs of every Ghanaian, and a development plan based on empirical data rather than assumptions.

“It’s not the year of recycling NDC and NPP,” Mr. Ayariga declared, urging voters to consider alternative leadership that prioritizes innovation and responsive governance over entrenched political dynamics.

As Ghana prepares for the upcoming elections, Hassan Ayariga and the APC continue to campaign on a platform promising substantive change and economic reform. With a focus on inclusivity and evidence-based policymaking, Mr. Ayariga seeks to garner support by offering a distinct vision for Ghana’s future away from the policies and practices of the incumbent and opposition parties.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gifty Eyram Kudiabor|Bolgatanga

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