“This year’s election is different. We must win this victory, not for the NDC but for Ghana.

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“This year’s election is different. We must win this victory, not for the NDC but for Ghana.

Our country has deteriorated in every sector, including healthcare and education. State-owned enterprises that were making profits are all making losses, and that is because it is a ‘yenkyendi’ government in place.

I will give you two examples. In the 2016/2017 crop year, the Produce Buying Company purchased 30% of the total cocoa exported from Ghana.

Today, do you know how much PBC buys? 0%. And they haven’t paid their workers for ten months; banks are towing PBC’s properties away because they have been unable to repay their credit.

GIHOC Distilleries was one of the best-performing state-owned enterprises under my administration. The company raised capital from its operations and invested independently in new production lines. Today, GIHOC is a shadow of itself. It is struggling to pay staff salaries. I could go on and on.

Just name any state-owned enterprise; they have just destroyed it.”

— Excerpts from my remarks at the inauguration of the NDC Aldershot branch of the UK & Ireland Chapter.

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