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Hon. Seth Ankrah Alleges Ghana Beyond Aid and One District, One Factory Programs as Scams by NPP Government


Honorable Seth Ankrah has sparked controversy with allegations suggesting that flagship programs touted by the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) government, including “Ghana Beyond Aid” and “One District, One Factory,” were deceptive schemes aimed at misleading the Ghanaian public.

Speaking at a press conference in the capital, Accra, Ankrah, a vocal critic of the government, raised doubts about the effectiveness and sincerity of these initiatives, accusing the NPP of failing to deliver on its promises and instead using them as political slogans to garner support.

“Ghana Beyond Aid and One District, One Factory were nothing more than scams orchestrated by the NPP government to deceive the Ghanaian people,” Ankrah declared, prompting skepticism and scrutiny from political observers and citizens alike.

Ankrah’s allegations come amidst growing disillusionment and frustration over the perceived lack of progress and tangible results from these flagship programs, which were introduced with much fanfare as part of the government’s agenda for economic transformation and development.

Critics argue that despite lofty rhetoric and ambitious targets, the implementation of these initiatives has been marred by delays, inefficiencies, and insufficient funding, raising questions about their viability and impact on the ground.

“As citizens, we deserve transparency and accountability from our leaders, especially when it comes to programs that affect our livelihoods and the future of our nation,” Ankrah emphasized, calling for greater scrutiny and oversight of government initiatives to ensure that they deliver tangible benefits to the Ghanaian people.

In response to Ankrah’s allegations, government officials have dismissed the claims as politically motivated and unfounded, reiterating their commitment to advancing the nation’s development agenda and improving the lives of all citizens.

However, Ankrah’s critique has reignited debate and discussion over the efficacy of government programs and the need for greater transparency and accountability in governance. As the nation grapples with economic challenges and social inequalities, the call for honesty and integrity in leadership resonates strongly among the Ghanaian populace.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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