January 9, 2019

The Minority in Parliament in its new year message has called on President Akufo-Addo’s administration to re-examine it priorities and desist from revising Ghana’s history in favor of familial considerations by bringing to an end the free for all corruption that has engulfed the current government.

In a statement issued by the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu, he urged the current administration to cut down on the one hundred and eleven  Ministers immediately and present a new policies that would alleviate the hardship Ghanaians have been subjected to since the NPP took over power.

Mr. Haruna Iddrisu further indicated that the Minority is concerned about the worsening financial sector crises which has led to massive job losses, loss of investment and general lack of confidence.

“We implore Government to urgently confront reality and formulate concrete interventions to rescue Ghana’s troubled financial sector”, he lamented.

The Minority avails itself of the opportunity to assure Ghanaians to expect a more vigilant, thorough and battle ready team resolutely determined to pursue nothing but he national interest.

In addition, the Minority was thankful for the support and collaboration they received from all persons both home and abroad in performing their onerous constitutional duties of oversight lawmaking and safeguarding the country’s democracy, assessing the impact of executive policies on the people.

And further noted that the Minority remain encouraged and inspired by the overwhelming solidarity from the people they serve and allies such as the media, organised labour and civil society.

“We can deepen our engagements based on the principles nationalism, trust, mutual respect objectivity and fairness as we collectively work to demand social justice and accountability”.

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/ghanamps.com