Planting for food and jobs punishment for jobless youth – Solomon Nkansah

Solomon Nkansah, Communications Director of opposition NDC, has described the much touted “planting for food and jobs” as punishment for unemployed youths in the country.

“Who told you weeding to cultivate fruits is an employment? How did you feel when you were made to weed in school? Weeding was reserved as punishment for stubborn students; so, I don’t find it as an avenue to engage jobless youth for financial gains,” he said on Adom TV’s “Aso Koo” on Monday.

He asserted that President Akufo-Addo deceived Ghanaians with “the battle is the Lord’s” mantra to win their votes and God will never forgive electorates who helped NPP triumph in 2016 elections.

The NDC communicator who has said recently that God will not spare Christians for voting NPP into power alleged that Akufo-Addo and the NPP promised Ghanaians a bed of roses and the masses fell for it.

He argued that nothing the president has done since he came into power shows he is religious as he posed to well-meaning Ghanaians during the 2016 electioneering campaign.

“You see… as Jesus said, not everyone who calls me Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven. Ghanaians are wallowing in untold hardships because of their decision to vote for the NPP… but it is all good. Now the masses have learn’t their lessons and will vote right the next time they are afforded the opportunity,” he said.

In his estimation, electorates failed to listen to the “still small voice” to vote for former president John Mahama and God will not forgive the country for making that decision.

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