NDC Govít Has Always Responded With Insults To Every Alternative Solution Provided By NPP - Karbo

Deputy Director of Communications of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Anthony Karbo has given reason for the demonstration against the ruling NDC government and his party’s refusal to provide alternative solution to the energy crisis.

According to the former National Youth Organizer, the NPP Minority in Parliament has offered suggestion through several press conferences concerning the bad governance, the economic management, the energy situation and the public financing but the NDC communication countered them with press conferences to rubbish the suggestions.

He again reminded that the opposition NPP as a body also organized countless press conferences and raised major issues in this country with regards to the way the NDC government is managing the affairs of the country but the NDC reacted negatively to the suggestions.

Speaking on Okay FM’s "Ade Akye Abia" Morning Show, Karbo revealed that whenever the NPP communicators and the economic experts in the party raised critical issues, NDC always respond to them with insults thereby discouraging them to offer more alternative solutions.

“We have done all these things for the government to see the plight of Ghanaians but whenever we suggest to the government, the response from them are insults. They will insult our experts and elders in the party just because they have offered suggestions that will support and help the government...Dr. Akoto Osei, Dr. Bawumia and other economic experts told the NDC government to stop excessive borrowing and spending in order to lessen the economic burden but the NDC called them names,” he narrated.

He further stated that it has become necessary for his party with its sympathizer and those are affected by the incompetent leadership of President Mahama-led administration to hit the street to demonstrate to demand a lasting solution to the energy crisis after the NPP left office with no energy crisis but enough capacity due to the strong measures put in place.

He however admitted that this energy crisis is not the first to happen in the country as it started in 1983, 1997, 1998, 2006 and 2007 but added that the NDC has had the longest time in government to deal with the crises at once.