Stop the spicy talks and focus on profitable work outputs – Isaac Osei to Prez. Mahama

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553829628_764858There is one thing the National Democratic Congress is blessed with and it happens to be a bunch of talkatives. Following President Mahama’s interaction with the Media last Tuesday, it has come to fore that he has a whole new big plan such as building aerodromes, numerous schools and improving our existing railway lines.

But the Member of Parliament for the Subin Constituency, Hon. Isaac Osei has urged President Mahama and his ministers to stop the spicy talks and focus on profitable work outputs.

Taking a direct swipe at the president, he stated that “when it comes to talking, some people are only born to talk.

In an interview with Okay FM, the former Ambassador to the UK and Ireland explained that if indeed the NDC was doing something great for Ghanaians, we wouldn’t be plagued with the difficulties we face.

“Good governance is about comfort”, he declared.

“NDC has failed in economic management and one indicator is the poor status of our exchange rate. The country is tearing apart and it is better for them to stop talking and tackle the problems”, he advised.

by: Chris Joe Quiacoe

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