Ayariga Urges: Ditch NPP and NDC to Save Ghana in 2024

by Louisa Afful
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Hassan Ayariga, the founder and leader of the All People’s Congress (APC), has fervently urged Ghanaians to dismiss both the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the upcoming December elections. Speaking passionately at a press briefing in Accra on Tuesday, June 11, 2024, Ayariga lambasted the two major parties for their chronic governance failures and declared the APC as the only viable alternative capable of rescuing the nation.

Ayariga argued that the policies proposed by the NPP’s Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the NDC’s candidate John Mahama are ineffective. He dismissed Mahama’s 24-hour economy proposal and Bawumia’s digitalisation drive as inadequate solutions to Ghana’s problems. Ayariga emphasized that Ghana needs a leader who will champion a revolutionary approach to development, suggesting that he is the right person for this role.

He claimed that if either Bawumia or Mahama wins the upcoming election, Ghana will become “the worst place to live.” Ayariga specifically described Mahama’s potential presidency as “worse” and Bawumia’s as “disastrous.”

John Mahama’s 24-hour economy proposal aims to keep businesses, factories, government services, and other sectors operational around the clock, providing utility incentives to businesses to employ more staff. However, Ayariga dismissed this idea, stating it would not solve the country’s issues. Similarly, he criticized Bawumia’s digitalisation efforts, arguing they are not the solution to Ghana’s economic challenges.

Instead, Ayariga proposed a ban on imports and a focus on local production as the way forward for Ghana’s economy. He stressed that only a revolutionary change in leadership and policy direction, such as that offered by the APC, could address the nation’s economic woes.

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