” The NPP party has failed” -John Jinapor

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John Abdulai Jinapor is a member of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) of Ghana and a Member of Parliament representing the Yapei-Kusawgu constituency. His brother Samuel Abu. Jinapor is also a member of the New Patriotic Party(NPP)

Mr. John Jinapor on Eyewitness News cited numerous promises by the New Patriotic Party which they have failed to fulfill after winning power since 2016.

Well, we do not want to be the spokesperson for Mr. Jinapor, therefore we have his outburst on government for you to read.

He said, “This year alone, the government has introduced nine different taxes and yet it talks about reducing taxes. Fuel prices have gone up by more than 30 percent since January and in that document, they claim fuel prices have been the lowest? The party has failed. If you want to see the epitome of failure, just look at the Zongo Development Fund. They talk about 1D1F, but they haven’t been able to do at least 10 percent of it in four years”

He went on to add that, “this is a government that promised to make Accra the cleanest city. This is a monumental and abysmal failure, and yet he has the audacity to talk about infrastructural development in the health sector. This government has not even constructed one hospital in the whole four years and yet the Vice President has the audacity to release this list.”

He had this to say about Dr. Bawumia:

“Beyond the economic theories that Dr. Bawumia has been talking about, he has completely lost it. He is simply out of touch. He should get out of the comfort of his office and go out on the streets and monitor the pulse of the nation. He is hitting his chest [and saying] that Ghana’s problems have been solved and done in an unprecedented manner.”

He also cried out to the Vice President by saying, “Things are difficult in this country and I think that the earlier Dr. Bawumia wakes up from his slumber and begins to act, the better. This hooting of horns, blowing of trumpets, and writing down those 70 achievements that are non-existent is a fallacy of hasty conclusion. What he is saying is far-fetched and different from what is on the ground.”

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