JUST IN:NPP MP In Trouble After Making Unexpected Comments On Radio-CHECK DETAILS.

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The NPP MP for Nhyiaeso, Hon. Stephen Amoah popularly called Stiker is in trouble for comments he made on radio. The legislator was on Okey FM on Tuesday to discuss the IMF bail out. In the process, the NPP MP said Ghana’s economic situation is not the doing of NPP government.

He said the economic downturn is as old as 60 years hence Nana Addo could not be blamed for it. In his opinion both NDC and NPP should share the blame.

But his comment seem to has landed him in big trouble. According to some social media users, the MP is a burden to Ghana. They wondered how he was able to make it to parliament.


Check some comments below.

Yayra Koku: “No wonder you liked your post. When you lied to Ghanaians that you would move us from taxation to production, you didn’t know the problem existed 60yrs ago?

When you lied to Ghanaians that ‘Yete Sika So’ you didn’t know the problem existed long ago?

Masa, spare us this rhetoric.”

Mohammed Ali Osman: “NPP, NPP, NPP. Just be sincere and apologise to Ghanaians that you have failed rather than being so arrogant and proud, putting blames on global something.”

Candy Rogger: “Why is he calling for responsibility sharing? Did he know this when he was in opposition? It is purely bad governance. What goes around comes around.”

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Peace Berdie: “We have the men and this is what we are seeing today. Mahama left us with E-blocks and now Nana Addo is giving us E-Levy. God save Ghana else…”

Raymond Anampabey: “Is this not the man that was shearing the crocodile tears when his party was in opposition? Later when his party came to power he stood chest out and said whether Ghanaians want or not he will pass E-levy and today he’s here defending IMF. He us writing a very beautiful autobiography about his political carrier.”

Sarfo Kawku Addai: “Historically, certain problems continue to exist in all countries in the world, greed.

That’s not the issue for discussions. Going to IMF was classified as mismanagement when in opposition. So why do you do same and claim its not mismanagement.?”

Michael Kuma: “Remember your campaign message was change. If all Ghanaians have to join the rulers to fix it together, there is no point you being in power and enjoying mouth watering conditions of service. Let us handpick people to lead the country.”

Source: Citizen One

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