NDC accuses govt of investing the GH₵140 billion loan meant for the 1DIF into their 2020 election campaign 
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NDC accuses govt of investing the GH₵140 billion loan meant for the 1DIF into their 2020 election campaign

NDC accuses govt of investing the GH₵140 billion loan meant for the 1DIF into their 2020 election campaign 

Former Minister of Agriculture and member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) Party, Alhaji Mohammed Muniru Limuna, has accused the government of investing a sum of GH₵140 billion meant for developmental projects into the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) election campaign.

According to him, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo failed to build factories which he promised under the One District One Factory, stressing that he kept the money to buy vote and urged the public to vote against him.

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Speaking at the inauguration of the NDC campaign team for the Bole-Bamboi constituency in Bole on Sunday, Alhaji Muniru stated that the government was deceiving Ghanaians and working to fulfill his own interest.

“They have borrowed GHc140 billion. What have they done with it? Do you see any factories? Do you see dams? That is the money They are going round sharing for votes so don’t let them deceive you,” he said.

Alhaji Muniru described it absurd about how the Akufo-Addo led-administration is implementing  some promises made by the NDC flagbearer whom they name tagged as “incompetent.”

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He observed that the NPP leader acted as if he was all knowing but implementing some key manifesto promises of the opposition and termed the act as “absurd.”

Alhaji Muniru said it was sad that the Akufo-Addo government is implementing the manifesto of the NDC.

“You said we are incompetent, that you have all the brains, lawyers and all the rest yet when John Mahama said he will cancel the teacher licensure exams, you reacted by suspending it. You have also suspended the law that bans the importation of salvaged cars.

You previously said you will legalise okada in October after you heard Mahama say he will legalise it. You are now talking about giving them cars but it will not work,” he said.

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Meanwhile, former District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bole, James Jaga has accepted a challenge by the sitting DCE, Veronica Alele Heming to debate on infrastructure in the district, saying he is ready any day.

According to him, the record of the NDC under Mahama in Bole cannot be matched by the NPP.

“If the current DCE wants a debate I am ready. I was only wondering why they refused the national debate but are coming to the grassroots but I have the green light that I can debate her. So I am ever ready even this afternoon for it. The NDC’s record in Bole is unmatched,” Jaga said.

The flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama  accused the NPP of implementing some of the policies highlighted in his “People’s Manifesto.”

Speaking at a town hall meeting organised by the party in Kumasi, he cited issues related to the legalisation of okada, cancellation of licensure examinations, and inclusion of private Senior High Schools in deprived areas as part of the free SHS policy as examples of policies the Akufo-Addo government is seeking to implement even before the 2020 general elections.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

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