Ghanaians Made A Generational Mistake Voting for NPP – Edudzi
A private legal practitioner and a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Godwin Edudzi Tameklo has accused the Akufo-Addo administration of recklessness.
He said Ghanaians made a generational mistake of voting for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government.
“This is the most resourced government but what do they have to show for? They are in China begging for debt forgiveness.
“The most reckless government we have seen since 1992,” he said on the Big Issue on TV3 Monday, March 27 while responding to a comment by a member of the NPP communication team Kofi Tontoh who said that the NDC is not a credible and organized alternative.
The discussion was on the approval of the ministerial nominees.
Tontoh stated that the way the NDC and its Minority Leadership in Parliament have conducted themselves does not make them fit as a credible alternative.
Contributing to a discussion on the approval of the ministerial nominees on TV3’s Big Issue on Monday, March 27, Kofi Tontoh said “The NDC has not positioned itself as a credible alternative.”
He further commended the NDC Members of Parliament who voted to approve the ministerial nominees.
Parliament has approved all the ministerial nominees of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo after a vote.
The Speaker, Alban Bagbin after the ballot on Friday March 24 said “Honourable Members, at long last collation of votes has ended.The register of 275 eligible voters, 3 voters were absent so 272 did exercise their franchise. The results of the voting are as follows; Honorable KT Hammond 154 Yes, 116 Nos, rejected 1, Bryan Acheampong, 167 Yes, 98 Nos, rejected 4, abstention 3. Stephen Asamoah Boateng 147 Yes, 122 Nos, 3 abstentions. Mohammed Amin Adams 152 Yes, 117 Nos, rejected 1, abstentions 2. Osei Bonsu Amoah 149 Yes, 120 Nos, abstentions 3, Stephen Amoah 146 yes, 123 nos, 3 absentions.”
“The House has accordingly approved the nominations of the following persons as ministers and a deputy minister in accordance with 79(1) of the constitution.”