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Tell Prez. to fix the Economy – Apaak to Gabby

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Member of Parliament for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Apaak, has taken a swipe at member of the New Patriotic Party Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko over his response to former President Mahama.

Gabby’s outrage to former President Mahama on his criticism against the tax increment by this current administration has gotten a lot of public bashing which Dr Apaak, has also made his point clear on it.

According to him, President Akufo-Addo promised he will move Ghana from taxation to productivity, when voted into power but has failed drastically.

 

READ HIS FULL POST ON FACEBOOK BELOW;

“Gabby says what? Your Uncle NADAA and his side kick said they will not borrow, yet have borrowed so much with nothing to show for it! He said he will fight corruption but has become a clearing agent and a facilitator, view #12! Has any dam been constructed, has any factory been established, has any constituency received one million dollars? 

Your Uncle and his side kick said they will move Ghana from taxation to productivity, yeah, GUTA agreed, AGI agreed, Importers and Exporters agreed, Bankers and Telcos agreed, the Asante Business Association agreed. You got power and you are doing the direct opposite, they are complaining. What do you do, you decide to impose more taxes in the coming days and you say JM should what? 

Why have you not responded to all these groups? What impunity! Tell me anything fundamentally new your Uncle and your NPP has to show! All you know is to rebrand, relaunch and recommission. Your Uncle appointments, in consultation with your good self, as many believe, 110 ministers, 988 Presidential Staffers, Several CEOs and their bus loads of deputies, and staggering numbers of personal aides and assistants, and you say what? Why should Ghanaians tighten their belts by enduring tax increases when you and your posse are feeding fat at the expense of the taxpayer? So much for prudent management and fighting corruption! So much for protecting the public purse! As former President Kuffour said at your recent event in Koforidua, power can corrupt, power is tricky! Keep dreaming!

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