#Fixthecountry: Former MP mounts pressure on gov’t to fix everything



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Former Member of Parliament Buem Constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress, Mr Daniel Kosi Ashiaman has added his voice to the #Fixthecountry campaign which has taken the country by storm.

According to him, Ghanaians entrusted power into the hands of the NPP-Government based on the promises it made during the campaign, therefore the need to complain when things are not going well in the country.

Over the weekend, some Ghanaians started the #Fixthecountry campaign on social media to register their disappointment in the government over bad roads, unemployment, increment in taxes and others.

Speaking on Atinka TVs morning show, Ghana Nie, hosted by Ekourba Gyasi Simpremu, Mr Daniel Kosi said the NPP-government condemned the NDC-Government for not performing well but the NPP-Government has failed the people.

“I was in Parliament and I saw the money you took, and I also saw the money John Mahama took, I can tell what Mahama used his money for, and I’m sure my NPP Counterpart can tell what Akufo-Addo used his for and that is what is worrying us. I cannot testify what Nana used his money for,” he said.

The Former MP continued,”If you were able to take money and taxes and took loans, I am asking of Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is living in this country. The NPP applauded Bawumia that he is an economic magician and he is the leader of the government economic team and he is preparing to become president in the messed Ghana he left, and so why cant we talk?”

Mr Daniel Kosi stated that,”The celebrities are saying fix everywhere. There is no water, the roads are bad, dumsor has come, when children go to school, they are asked to go back home and what do you expect from these children. Teacher contact hours, we want to build skills, we want to build knowledgeable human resource in this country, ask how they are attending the school.”

Ghana| Atinkaonline.com| Porcia Oforiwaa Ofori