Asiedu Nketia – Anyone who justifies NPP’s IMF move can defend satan in heaven

Asiedu Nketia – Anyone who justifies NPP’s IMF move can defend satan in heaven. General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia has said he finds it appalling that some people are so immersed in partisan politics to the extent that they are still defending the NPP on their International Monetary Fund (IMF) move to save their sorry ass over their mismanagement of the economy.

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Asiedu Nketiah who is famously known as General Mosquito revealed on Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’ programme that anyone who defends the incompetent of the present administration is capable of defending Satana in heaven.

He said despite all the financial help the country received, Nana Akufo Addo and his clueless team still blame their predicament on Covid-19 and Ukraine-Russia war.

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“…Ghana received lots of support from the World Bank and other benevolent institutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, I, therefore, find it absurd to hear people say that COVID-19 and the Ukraine-Russia war has contributed to the poor performance of the country’s economy.

“Anyone who is able to defend NPP’s decision to go to the IMF for bailout with this inexplicable analysis can defend Satan in Heaven. . .
“The Finance Minister has ran out of ideas and the way he is handling things now you will need a fresh blood to manage the finances of the country and be able to put the economy in good shape.

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“The vice president, HE Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia who also heads the Economic Management team looks tired and frail to even generate fresh ideas for the economy.

And since the president has taken this bold decision to go to the IMF, they need a more resolved team to lead the affairs of the economy and even engage the IMF for good deal to be struck as the country seeks for a financial bail,” Asiedu Nketia proffered.

The NDC General Secretary further asked the president to be ready to cut down on frivolous expenditure to enable him to reserve more money for other infrastructure because the country cannot continuously depend on IMF for support and bailout.

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