The Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has upbraided President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for the remarkable difficulties he is putting Ghanaians through.
He said the President and the public authority have bombed so horribly that they owe Ghanaians a conciliatory sentiment.
Refering to the ongoing exorbitant costs of fuel, the Tamale South MP said this isn’t what the President guaranteed Ghanaians when in resistance.
“When he was holding a gallon of petrol and said this is the price of it, today let him hold that gallon of petrol and tell us that I am a disappointing failure and I have failed the Ghanaian people and not ask us to thank him for being president of Ghana. He owes Ghanaians an apology.”
“John Dramani Mahama as president then did not do a quarter of what President Akufo-Addo is getting away with yet the Ghanaian people are quiet,” he said on Monday, September 5.
“We are not running a system where we can change him overnight or we are not running a system where can call for an immediate election respecting the tenets of the 1992 constitution.
“But we must pray because many Ghanaians may not be able to live to vote him out because they will perish or die even before we get to 2024 given the continuing excruciating hardship he is subjecting Ghanaians to.”
In a new gathering, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Kristalina Georgieva, has expressed that an arrangement among Ghana and the IMF ought to be reached and settled before the year’s end.