Don’t set up Nana Addo’s gov’t to fail – Prez. Mahama told

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Mahama-newYou don’t set your succeeding administration up to fail because if it doesn’t work, it affects all of us…Mr. President, I think you’ve done so well from the time you lost, the concession and so forth; I don’t think you want to destroy all that you have done with these rather avoidable mistakes you’re committing in the last few days”, a leading member of the People’s National Convention (PNC) has remarked.

Expressing worry over the Mahama government’s last minute appointments of persons to key State institutions coupled with the signing of contracts and other decisions by the outgoing government, Atik Mohammed, General Secretary of the PNC strongly believed President John Mahama and the NDC government is setting a trap for the successive government to fail.

The out-going government has increased the allowance of National Service personnel which is to take effect from next year, under the leadership of the President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.

But speaking on Peace FM‘s Kokrokoo, Atik wondered why the outgoing government would now take some decisions which they know would have an adverse impact on the next government.

He held strongly that it’s an unfair treatment by the government to Nana Addo’s administration.

You don’t set your succeeding administration up to fail because if it doesn’t work, it affects all of us…Mr. President, I think you’ve done so well from the time you lost, the concession and so forth; I don’t think you want to destroy all that you have done with these rather avoidable mistakes you’re committing in the last few days,” he advised.

Also speaking on the programme, the Member of Parliament-elect for Bongo in the Upper East Region, Edward Abambire Bawa wished the President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo well as he awaits his swearing-in on Saturday, January 7, 2016.

He called on the outgoing government to support Nana Addo to succeed in his endeavors as fifth President of the Republic.

I wish the incoming government well. I hope that these promises are met because if actually these promises are met, it will be to the betterment” of the nation. “It is our duty to also ensure that we help them to achieve those things,” he said.

 
 
 
 -peacefm

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