You Have Plunged Ghana Into Unprecedented Hardships, Apologise For Failing Ghanaians – Group To Akufo-Addo
Backbone of good governance is demanding President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo apologises to Ghanaians for failing woefully in managing the economy and plunging the country into unprecedented hardships. In a press release from the group, it says the president is
being deceived by the people shielding him from feeling and seeing the reality of what Ghanaians were going through as a result of the bad policies of his government. “We are therefore calling on President Akuffo Addo as matter of urgency apologise to Ghanaians that they have failed
woefully in managing the economy and the E-levy is the last resort to revive the economy and save it from collapse. “We are appealing to you; the damage done to this country is great. The level of unemployment, rising cost of fuel, high cost of living is intolerable. The youth are angry,” parts of
the group’s press release reads. The press release signed by Executive Secretary Edem Anansah notes that should the President apologise to Ghanaians, he might earn the forgiveness of Ghanaians who have been disappointed with his government. Meanwhile, the Backbone of Good Governance is
asking the President to change his government’s techniques, methodology, reduce nepotism, and address the issues Ghanaians are complaining bitterly about as part of efforts to make things better in the country. The group further urges the President to take sweeping actions that would set the country on the pedestal of Unity, Peace, Sustainable growth, and development.