Adongo’s Economic Analysis only good for selling Dog Meat, not managing Ghana’s Economy – Abronye describes

The first Vice Chairperson of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Brong Ahafo region, Kwame Baffoe, has described the economic analysis provided by Bolgatanga Central MP, Albert Adongo, as one which is only fit for selling dog meat in Bolgatanga market.

According to Abronye DC, the man who claimed he was countering the analysis provided by the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, offered no meaningful analysis to the media.

He continued that the economic analysis provided by Adongo is only fit for selling dog meat and not managing the economy of a country like Ghana.

“All the analysis offered by Adongo are ones fit for selling dog meat at Bolga market not for managing an economy like Ghana’s…,” he said on Oman FM as monitored by GhanaNewsPage.Com.

Isaac Adongo led the economic team of the NDC to present a statement which they claimed was a reaction to the outcome of the town hall meeting organised by the Economic Management Team (EMT).

The NDC’s Economic Lecture Series was organised to deal with what they said were some misleading facts and patent misstatements laced with populist rhetoric by Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the head of the government’s Economic Management Team (EMT).

The town hall meeting was organised by the EMT in Accra on Wednesday to respond mainly to criticisms on the depreciation of the Cedi.

In a statement issued after the government’s event, the General Secretary of the NDC stated that the Finance and Economic Team of the NDC through its leader, Isaac Adongo, will take advantage to address the numerous distortions and lay bare the true facts of the state of the Ghanaian economy.

The NDC’s Economic Lecture Series was held at Mensvic Hotel on April 4, 2019.



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