In a candid critique, lawyer Martin Kpebu has dismissed Vice President Dr. Bawumia’s attempt to distance himself from the current economic challenges facing Ghana. Kpebu, a legal expert, countered the notion that decisions contributing to the nation’s economic predicament cannot be attributed to the Vice President due to his supportive role, citing Dr. Bawumia’s own statements made prior to the 2016 elections.
Kpebu underscored his argument by referencing what he called the “26 lies of @MBawumia,” referring to a series of assertions made by Dr. Bawumia during the 2016 elections and beyond. According to Kpebu, these claims, which include promises and projections related to the economy, are now being used against the Vice President, challenging the credibility of his economic track record.
The legal expert argued that the Vice President, having actively participated in shaping economic narratives before and during his tenure, cannot absolve himself of responsibility for the prevailing economic challenges. Kpebu’s remarks add to the ongoing discourse surrounding accountability and transparency in governance, especially concerning economic policies and their outcomes.
The critique has sparked conversations on social media and within political circles, with supporters and critics engaging in discussions about the performance of the current administration and the accountability of key figures in shaping economic policies. As Ghana navigates economic challenges, voices like Lawyer Martin Kpebu contribute to the public discourse by holding leaders accountable for their statements and decisions.
story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah