Ex-President of the Republic of Ghana, Mr. John Dramani Mahama has said that the people of Ghana can hold the governing New Patriotic Party accountable as long as the party is voted out of office in the 2024 election.
During John Mahama’s “Thank you Tour” of the Upper West Region said the incumbent government, NPP has stolen from the Ghanaian taxpayers, hence a change in government; a vote for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in election 2024 will help expose them.
He made the statement in Wa whilst addressing regional, constituency, branch executives, and supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC)
According to him, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) haven’t any intention of fighting corruption then the sole way they will be made to account to the people of Ghana is for them to go away office so that the new government will come and audit them to point out to Ghanaians where they need to be gone wrong. Otherwise, all the cash NPP’s government has stolen, they’re going to just walk off with it.
He stated that “If you participate in politics or are a participant publicly service, one among the primary belongings you must be willing to try to do is to be accountable to the people. the sole way they might be accountable is for them to go away office so that Ghanaians can ask them questions and audit them to form sure they account for the amount they were in office”.
He commended the Upper West Regional media for putting up their best despite working under difficult conditions. He added that “We know jobs aren’t easy but you’ve got continued to be faithful your profession”.
‘‘This may be a President and government that like praise-singing and that they cannot tolerate criticisms. If you criticize them, they are available after you”.
Mr. Mahama also used the platform to thank supporters of the NDC party for the nice and cozy welcome given to him and his team upon their arrival in Wa on Sunday.
For Mr. John Mahama, the rousing welcome accorded him, shows the strength of the NDC in the Upper West Regional.
He pledged that in the next general elections (2024), the NDC will work assiduously to win all the eleven parliamentary seats in the region.
Former President John Dramani Mahama said this after he noted that the NDC increased its parliamentary seats from six to eight and had 67 percent of the presidential votes in the 2020 general elections in the Upper West Region.