NDC and NPP perfect at abusing the trust of Ghanaians


Founder and leader of  the All Peoples Congress( APC) Hassan Ayariga has declared that Ghana’s two main political parties, the National Democratic Congress( NDC) and New Patriotic Party(NPP)  have perfected the abuse of the trust Ghanaians place in them since they fail to provide workable solutions to the problems of Ghanaians.

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Mr Ayariga contends that the two leading political parties
engage in a needless blame game instead of seeing to it that economic, social
and political problems of Ghanaians are solved.

“Indeed the Ghanaian citizenry are tired of the blame
game and want simple workable solutions to their economic, social and political
problems. Ghanaians are asking for very ordinary things – to be able to pay their
rents, send their children to good schools, access basic utilities, pay their
bills and be happy.

They only seek to be lifted out of poverty and be liberated from the decades of economic hardship, hopelessness, unemployment, high cost of living, institutional collapse and the chronic micro and macro volatilities which has broken the moral Fiber of our economic pride as a people, and not the theatricals that I see played out between the two political parties that have perfected the abuse of the trust people place in them,” he said in a social media post sighted by MyNewsGh.com

Since 1993, upon the advent of the Fourth Republic, the NPP
and the NDC have taken turns to govern the country. The NDC has done a total of
sixteen years while the NPP, which is currently in power, has governed for
eleven years now.

But Mr Ayariga believes the APC is the best political party to lift solve the problems confronting Ghanaians.

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Mr Ayariga formed the All Peoples Congress (APC) and became
its Supreme Leader, after his defeat in the 
presidential primary of the People’s National Convention( PNC) held in
the Upper West regional capital, Wa, in 2015.

Source: MyNewsGh.com /Stephen Zoure/2019

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