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    Sinare rebukes Bawumia: You fostered hardship, corruption, yet tout track records

    Alhaji Said Sinare, the former National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress, has responded to the Vice President of the Republic, criticizing Dr. Bawumia’s promises and policies for leaving Ghanaians in a more vulnerable position.

    His remarks come in the aftermath of a recent verbal attack on the former president of the country, John Dramani Mahama, by the potential presidential candidate of the NPP. The latter, reportedly leading the government’s economic management team under Nana Addo Danqua, targeted Mahama with his comments.

    In an official statement on his Facebook page, Mr. Sinare also raised doubts about the vice president’s credibility credentials. He argued that when considering track records, the state of the economy alone should dissuade the self-proclaimed economic savior from making public appearances if he truly has a sense of responsibility towards the average Ghanaian.

    Sinare criticized the vice president’s handling of accelerating inflation in the economy, asserting that it has resulted in a daily struggle for Ghanaians. The rising prices of goods have made it difficult for people to balance their priorities between providing sufficient food for their families and finding a place to sleep at night.

    He pointed out, “We are grappling with the dilemma of securing breakfast for ourselves and a place to rest at night due to the severe economic challenges in the country. Despite this, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, whose grand promises and policies have increased our vulnerability since coming into power, is audaciously going around attacking former President Mahama.”

    Sinare highlighted that the corruption that Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the NPP promised to combat has now become widespread within the Nana Addo-led NPP government. He expressed skepticism about Bawumia’s ability to address the dollar to cedi exchange rate, even if given a hundred years in office.

    He accused the “disappointed and frustrated” Dr. Bawumia of seeking attention by targeting Mr. Mahama as a means to make a point.

    Drawing attention to the disparities in various aspects of the economy, Sinare remarked, “Fellow Ghanaians, our nation has become a tale of two cities in nearly every facet of our economy, as evident from all available metrics.”

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