NPP Manifesto Stop stealing the money, we need it for dev't - Bawumia to Mahama

Speaking at the launch of the NPP Manifesto in Accra on Sunday, Dr Bawumia said the NDC-led administration which has been entrusted with the duty of overseeing the national purse is rather emptying the content into their private pockets.

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The vice presidential nominee of the New Patriotic Party, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has asked Ghanaians to end what he calls the rampant stealing of the country’s resources by voting out the National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, being led by President John Mahama.

Speaking at the launch of the NPP Manifesto in Accra on Sunday, Dr Bawumia said the NDC-led administration which has been entrusted with the duty of overseeing the national purse is rather emptying the content into their private pockets.

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He further hit hard at critics who question where the NPP will get the resources to implement its policies already outlined when voted into power.

Some sections of Ghanaians have asked the NPP to come out clean on how it intends to implement its “one factory, one dam” policy, as well as its “one district, one factory” promise.

But Dr Bawumia has responded by saying that “Don’t ask where the money is coming from. If you stop stealing we will use the money for development.”

He argued that Ghana is a rich country and needs people from the NPP who can manage its resources well to improve the lives of Ghanaians.

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