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You can’t evade accountability – Mahama replies Bawumia over Feb 7 address

Flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama, has asserted that VP Dr Mahamudu Bawumia can't dodge liability regarding the deteriorating economic circumstance in Ghana.

The former President stressed that individuals from the Akufo-Addo government should not limit any association with the country's ongoing financial difficulties.

Mahama criticized the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) on Thursday during a town hall meeting in Tamale, which is in the Northern Region. He said that the NPP had thrown the country into economic turmoil. He emphasized the significance of holding everyone involved in government decision-making accountable.

"Presently, every one of the individuals who added to the wreck are endeavoring to separate themselves as though they were not involved. Individuals have begun guaranteeing they were not in control and that their voices weren't heard, however they generally had an impact in the emergency, and not a single one of them can sidestep liability. They generally partook in bureau gatherings and aggregately simply decided," expressed Mahama.

The previous President dismissed any endeavors by individuals from the public authority to vindicate themselves of fault, declaring that all people, including VP Bawumia, were complicit in the country's financial difficulties.

"Every one of them 'dey inside', Jack Toronto and every one of his siblings, every one of them are essential for the wreck we are going through. Not a single one of them can get away from liability," Mahama underscored.

Mahama's comments come in the midst of developing worries over Ghana's monetary execution, including rising expansion, money devaluation, and mounting public obligation. Citizens are urged to hold leaders accountable for their actions and decisions by the NDC flagbearer's remarks, which serve as a rallying call for accountability and transparency in governance.

As Ghana moves toward the forthcoming official races, the discussion over financial administration and responsibility is probably going to stay a point of convergence of political talk. In order to address the country's economic challenges and restore stability and prosperity for all citizens, Mahama's criticism of the government's economic policies emphasizes the need for comprehensive solutions.


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