Opinion

Edmund Kyei: ‘Kum Yen Preko’ demo was baseless and a flop

In recent times it appears the opposition parties, especially the National Democratic Congress (NDC) do not know where to channel their energies to yield them good results, but they rather create unnecessary tension to score cheap point on the political landscape.

Demonstrations are staged to voice out your displeasure or to bring the attention of people or government to what you see to be bad in an organization or country and this is the beauty of Democracy. But for once this KUYENPREKO demonstration was without any concrete motive and basis.

This government has done a lot and ought to be commended. This government has been able to abolish the numerous nuisance taxes that were imposed on Ghanaians by the erstwhile Mahama administration.

The government, led by affable President Nana Akufo-Addo, has also gone ahead to reduce electricity tariff coupled with other social interventions to make life bearable to the ordinary Ghanaian.

Several roads are being constructed through the Synohydro deal, and NABCO has employed at least 100000 unemployed graduates so there is nothing like graduate unemployment association anymore as it used to be in ex president Mahama’s regime.

What surprised me most was they chanting insecurity in the country, it is sad that after all the kidnappings which is led by their National Chairman they still speak about it, they hide behind it and use as a tool for politics but the law of this country will catch up with them soon.

One thing that amazes me now is the placard Nana Oye Lithur was holding, and on the placard she was trying to justify Menzgold’s operations which was totally out of order. Security and exchange commission is an approved body backed by law has come out vividly to say Menzgold’s operations is illegal but Oye Lithur and her NDC now supports Ponzi scheme.

Ghanaians saw how Ex President Mahama mismanaged our economy and corruption was a canker in his government, Ghanaians saw SADA, GYEEDA and inflated cost of projects across the country. Ghanaians kicked NDC out because of corruption and incompetence. Ghanaians are not ready risk the future of this country in the hands of NDC again.
Never Again NDC.

Columnist: Edmund Kyei – Asokwa Constituency 1st Vice Chairman 

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