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Compare the NDC to the NPP, it’s like comparing light and darkness, Sam George

 

Compare the NDC to the NPP, it’s like comparing light and darkness, Sam George

Sam Dzata George has said that the two main political parties in Ghana cannot be compared to each other in terms of achievements. The Ningo-Prampram MP insists that comparing the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) is a mismatch.


He further said, even though, the NDC did not perform well in government, the NPP has been worse. The outspoken lawmaker maintained that the NPP inherited an economy where the price of fuel was cheaper, but prices have now skyrocketed.


“The NDC didn’t do perfect in government. We didn’t get it all right but when you compare the NDC to the NPP, it’s like comparing light and darkness. Yes, the NDC didn’t do well, they say but we handed over an economy where fuel was selling at GHS4.00 but the guy who says he can do better is now selling it at over GH12.00. So, who is doing better?,” he quizzed.