An appeal has been created to the most opposition NDC fraternity by former Deputy Minister for Trade and trade, Murtala ibrahim mohammed to be brave enough to win the 2020 General Elections for Ghanaians.
According to him, the necessity to win the 2020 elections is predicated on the fact that President Akufo-Addo and his ‘gang of family members’ ruling the country only care about their interest and not about the interest of the larger masses of this country.
“The only people the President and his gang of members of the family who have been appointed care about is their interest, and it is not for nothing that people are saying that 4 people rule this country; the President, his brother Bumpty, the Minister of Finance and gabby Otchere-Darko,” he asserted.
He alleged that all the narratives, discussions and direction regarding the state of the economy are being done by these aforementioned people.
Voicing out on Radio Gold’s ‘Alhaji and Alhaji’ programme, Murtala mohammed charged all and sundry in the NDC to work for the elections because it won’t be won on a silver platter, stressing the necessity to place behind all their variations to win the elections for former President Mahama and also save the country from both the socioeconomic and political servitude under President Akufo-Addo.
“My sincere appeal to the NDC is that we must always placed on our bravest fears that we have an election to win and that we won’t win the elections on a silver platter. we need to work for the elections, we need to put behind us our differences,” he charged.
“We need to understand that the elections we are going into is not almost winning the elections for President Mahama who is that the Flagbearer of the NDC or winning the elections for NDC, it is about survival of this country, it’s concerning liberating this country from each socioeconomic and political servitude that we have been subjected to by people who care less about the interest of the larger masses of this country,” he emphasized.
He stressed that while the NDC will participate in the by-partisan discussions of the economy as proposed by the finance minister, he wondered whether or not the NPP is prepared to require a second look at the fundamentals of the economy as it is obvious that the fundamentals of the economy are weak.