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There’s Too Much Hardship In The Country, Put Better Measures To Flee Ghanaians: NDC To Government.

There’s Too Much Hardship In The Country, Put Better Measures To Flee Ghanaians: NDC To Government.

The Bibiani Anhwianso Bekwai Constituency Communication Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC),in the Western North Region, Mr. Joseph Appiah, has emphatically stated that the current status of the hardship conditions Ghanaians are enjoying under the leadership of president Akufo-Addo-Bawumia’s administration is unbearable and needs to be addressed without excuses.

Speaking in an interview with Kwame Kontor Boateng of Lord fm, Sefwi Bekwai, Mr. Joseph Appiah explained that labourers who used to charge as low prices are now demanding as higher as ¢60, ¢70 than before due to their inability to stabilize their standard of living, cocoa farmers cannot make an ends meet, teachers salary hasn’t been increased, commercial drivers too are pushing to increase transport fares by 20% and currently, ECG, Ghana Water Company, Gridco and Nedco are also sending proposals to PURC for an increament of 148% and 334%

This tells that government needs to wake up and put measures in order to safeguard the situation Ghanaians are going through.

Mr. Joseph Appiah stressed that the democracy we are practicing allows everybody to express his opinions but will appeal to Bishop Ayensu Bosomtwe to be neutral, but not one-sided and hypocritical for passing on a judgement that former president John Dramani Mahama can’t cancel e-levy and he will not be president again.

Kwame Kontor Boateng Lord fm, Sefwi Bekwai, Western North

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