National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Publisher of Daily Guide Newspaper, Freddie W. Blay, has pointed out that Ghanaians refusing to see the achievements chalked by the Akufo-Addo-led administration may be suffering from jaundice.
The former Deputy Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament, Blay is worried that people are refusing to see the pro-poor policies being implemented by Nana Addo government to improve the socioeconomic conditions of the people.
The CPP turned NPP National Chairman was speaking on Asempa FM’s political talk-show dubbed ‘Ekosii Sen’.
Explaining why he the government was delivering according to plan, the GNPC Board Chairman cited inflation as an example, noting that at the end of 2016, inflation was 17.5 per cent but the Akufo-Addo government brought it down to a single digit.
According to Chairman Blay, the New Patriotic Party had fulfilled most of its campaign promises including the implementation of Free SHS, restoration of nursing trainee allowance, implementation of paperless port transactions and the launch of the one-district, one factory.
“No one can tell me he has not seen these achievements because it is visible for all to see,” the NPP National Chairman said.
The only way the NPP can restore Ghana’s past glory, Freddie Blay observed, is for Ghanaians to retain the party in power in 2020.