Hassan Ayariga Criticizes Vice President Bawumia’s “It’s Possible” Campaign, Calls for Accountability

by Louisa Afful
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Hassan Ayariga, the leader of the All People’s Congress (APC), has fiercely criticized Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s “It’s Possible” campaign slogan, asserting that Ghanaians perceive it as a mockery amid the country’s severe economic difficulties. Speaking at a press conference focused on the economy’s current state, Ayariga highlighted the significant disparity between the economic conditions inherited from the NDC and the present situation. He argued that Dr. Bawumia is unsuitable for the presidency due to the deteriorating economic circumstances. Ayariga remarked, “If former President Mahama had to leave office when the exchange rate was GH₵4.00 to $1.00, then why is Dr. Bawumia campaigning for the presidency with the rate now at GH₵16.00 to $1.00?”

Ayariga emphasized that Ghanaians remember the challenges they face and urged Dr. Bawumia to stop making light of the situation. He criticized the Vice President’s plea for support, pointing out that the current administration, led by Bawumia and President Akufo-Addo, has failed to deliver.

“The steer was given to you and your boss, and you both drove in the wrong direction,” Ayariga remarked. He accused the NPP of losing credibility due to poor policies, deceit, and propaganda, suggesting that their only remaining tactic is vote buying.

Ayariga also dismissed the “It’s Possible” slogan, arguing that Ghanaians no longer trust the current administration. He urged Dr. Bawumia to change the narrative and address the nation’s real issues instead of relying on slogans.

“Our nation has become a banana republic under your watch, and it’s pathetic, Mr. Vice President,” Ayariga concluded, calling for a re-evaluation of leadership and policies to alleviate the suffering of Ghanaians.

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