The Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has described the outcome of the post-election survey conducted by the Centre for Democratic Development (CDD) Ghana as an indictment on the government’s performance.
According to him, the many unresolved corruption cases gives him the lack of trust in the ability of President Akufo-Addo to fight the.
The survey which was carried out between May 3rd and June 3rd this year involved 2400 adults respondents from all the 16 regions in the country.
Speaking on Newsfile, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa called the president to sit up and address the concerns raised by Ghanaians in the survey.
“There has been very palpable, tangible, concrete examples of corruption. The President himself has had to fire people and promised investigations except that often these investigations don’t lead us anywhere. Nobody is held liable.”
“As we speak, nobody has been made to account for the Australian visa scandal. Then the president’s own conduct; look at how the President hounded out the Auditor General. This is not perception, these are things in real terms. Civil organisations even proceeded to court. This is a celebrated Auditor General of anti-corruption anti-corruption. Domelovo’s only mistake was to dare to surcharge the senior minister.'”
But the Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party, Yaw Boabeng Asamoah disagrees and rather blamed the National Democratic Congress for feeding Ghanaians with propaganda.