Correspondence from Western Region;
The Deputy National Organizer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Chief Hamilton Biney Nixon has cautioned the National Organizer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) to halt boosting, as the NDC is fully prepared to match the NPP with their enviable track records.
Chief Biney’s remarks, was in response to comments made by Sammy Awuku on Joy News’ Upfront.
Mr Awuku in the said interview indicated the party’s readiness to include what he described, as the government’s prudent handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in their 2020 campaign message.
"First of all we’ve shown courage, we’ve shown honesty and we’ve shown that we can do it again. The way we’ve handled the pandemic will also form part of our narrative that when we were confronted with this pandemic, this was our response and this is what we were able to do as a people", he explained.
But responding to him in facebook post monitored by Daniel Kaku, the outspoken Deputy National Organizer of the NDC wondered why Sammy Awuku and the NPP could gather courage to still face Ghanaians in the face of their shambolic handling of the pandemic.
He stressed that the John Mahama led administration has a solid track record of providing massive health infrastructure in the country. "Most of the photoshopped projects President Mahama did, have now become Ghana’s only hope. We will meet you boot for boot with track records, data plus hope to save Ghanaians from your deceitful governance".
Chief Biney further advised the government to put to good use, the whopping $1billion received from the International Monetary Fund, the $35 million received from the World Bank, the $200 million taken out of the Stabilisation fund and the 34 million Ghana cedis cash donations received into the COVID-19 National Trust fund.
He maintained, that "your wasteful government we all know, will surely misappropriate these funds".
Ghana has so far, recorded 1,1671 confirmed cases with 16 deaths and 188 recoveries of Coronavirus pandemic
Source: Daniel Kaku, Contributor