The host of Adom TV’s Badwam, Omanhene Kwabena Asante has described the public lecture held by the National Democratic Congress about the Economic Management Team Town Hall Meeting as bogus.

According to the presenter, the first three speakers at the NDC lecture were just serving the party’s interest and also looking out for positions if they come to power.

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“The first three speakers didn’t come to serve any purpose. Where we have gotten to us a country, we will not tolerate such ‘keysoap concert party’.

We have very serious issues and the little platform that we have here we will not call for that again. The first three speakers were bogus. The NPP and Ghanaians should listen to John Jinapor, he has raised pertinent issues.

We are not joking and my expectation from especially their Almighty Adongo was not this creche lecture.

John Jinapor was able to expose certain defect in the presentation of government on energy. Let’s move this country beyond this kind of pettiness and partisanship”, Omanhene stated.

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The Economic Management Team under the leadership of Vice President Dr Mahumadu Bawumia held a lecture to address the country’s economic challenges.

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According to the Vice President, the economy is performing better than previous governments and that there are credible data to support his claim.

However, the NDC is of the view that Bawumia’s lecture is full of misleading facts and patent misstatement laced with populist rhetoric.

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