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A Legal Practitioner Kwame Adofo has described the Mahama led National Democratic Congress (NDC) government as the most incompetent as compared to successive governments.

He claimed the government’s incompetence surpasses all successive governments which have ruled the nation.

Speaking on Ultimate breakfast show hosted by Lantam Papanko, he lashed out at the government for reneging on its promises.

He accused Ministers and appointees of not living up to the task.

He said government has built 5 community day schools out of the 200, it promised, saying it is not true that government has built 200 community day schools across the country as speculated.

‘They have been the most incompetent government, it a bad government, they don’t deserve a second term, John Mahama in 2012 said ‘to our hard working teachers am asking for your votes, not to torment you, but to put money in your pockets’, teachers already are not employed, they are not even been paid, what is all this talk, it will never happen because they don’t have the means to build 200 schools, so clearly anybody who describes this government as competent is not being genuine.

They are finding ways to scheme the money, so that they can enjoy their booty. The schools are not even going to come, the point is this government cannot do anything, they just can’t do anything, they are just woefully incompetent. Look at all the ministers, all of them, I can’t see one that is performing, look at the economy, it’s in shambles now,’ he pointed out.

He entreated the electorate to vote against the NDC government.

‘Are you happy with the state of affairs now, if you know things are ok for you, just vote for the NDC but if you know things are in a mess, vote them out. You know the country is not moving the way it’s supposed to go, vote against them,’ he said.

He wondered why the government has not been able to solve the power outage that is crippling industries.

‘The government promised to end 'dumsor' in 2012, 'dumsor' is still with us in 2016,’ he fumed.
Source: Ultimate1069.com

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