Hooting Bawumia at Hogbe: We must deal with booing before our politics turns into a shouting contest – Ahiagbah

Richard Ahiagbah, the NPP’s director of communications, has expressed worry on Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s hooting on Saturday, November 5, during the Hogbetsosto festival in Anloga, in the Volta Region.

Dr. Bawimia was booed in response to some of the things he said at the festival; the boos drowned out the remainder of his speech as he yelled loudly.

Among other things, he claimed that the Akufo-Addo administration had produced more employment in the Fourth Republic during the previous six years than any prior administration.

According to him, the administration has constructed more schools, interchanges, and airports than any previous government in the Fourth Republic, in addition to creating jobs.

“We are all aware of the current global economic catastrophe that Togbe Sri III said. The cost of living has increased globally due to this crisis, which is being felt everywhere.

“If you consider the cost of living as measured by the rate of inflation, the rate of inflation has climbed between 2019 and now by five times in Ghana, sixteen times in Togo, eleven times in Senegal, seven times in Cote D’Ivoire, and eight times in the United Kingdom.

“Many nations, including Ghana, have experienced challenges as a result of the rise in living costs.

In fact, the BBC reported around two weeks ago that this year has seen public demonstrations over the rising cost of living in 93 different nations. It’s crucial to realize that, despite everything going on, we should keep things in perspective.

Therefore, let’s not forget what we have accomplished over the last six years, even if we are now experiencing difficulties that we are trying very hard to ease.

Let me remind you that our government has built more roads, interchanges, airports, railways, and classrooms in the past six years than any other government in the Fourth Republic.

In response to the hooting, Mr. Ahiagbha said, “I am pained by my kinsmen hooting at Dr. Mahamud Bawumia, at Hogbe, not only because I belong to the NPP, but also because of the deafening silence of thought leaders at this deplorable behavior that is swiftly establishing itself as the standard.

Before politics in Ghana becomes a yelling match, we must address the issue.

Alua Philimon

I'm Alua Philemon a Student of the Takoradi Technical University I offer Information Technology, many people know me as the TTU BLOGGER or ALUABLOG

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