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The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Parliamentary Candidate for Bantama constituency of the Ashanti Region, Rev Joseph Amo has questioned the ruling NPP government led by Nana Akufo Addo to show what they’ve been using the loans they acquired from different countries for.

According to Rev Amo, this NPP leading government has been borrowing money than any government has come to power so far in the country but there is no development in the country so Ghanaians should kick them out coming December election.

Addressing the media, he said, this NPP government is nearly sending Ghana to Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC) as they always keep on borrowing from some institutions such as International Monitoring Fund (IMF) and others to increase our debt rate for nothing.

“He then asked the leading government NPP to give an accurate account on the amount that they spent so far during the partial lockdown in some few communities in the country”.

“Stop throwing dust in to the people of Ghana’s eyes that you spent 54.3 million Ghana Cedis without any explanation to Ghanaians. These are all lies” he quizzes.

“He therefore urged the NPP leading government to go back and give an authentic account with an explanation to Ghanaians”, he concluded.


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