Politics of Saturday, 3 May 2014
Source: The Ghanaian Observer
Stephen Amoah, a member and former youth organizer aspirant of the opposition New Patriotic Party has passionately implored Ghanaian Workers to forgive the President, John Mahama, for his insensitivity to their plight as builders of the economy.
In an exclusive chat with the Ghanaian Observer (GO) in Kumasi during the May Day celebration where he had sponsored a medical screening exercise for the Suntreso Youth Association and constituents, the vociferous investment consultant urged Ghanaian workers to continue with their hard work.
According to him, if workers would dwell on the insensitivity shown to them by the government of the day, they will not even feel the need to wake up and toil their hearts out for the country.
He noted with disdain the worrying and turbulent economic situation in the country, insisting workers are the worst affected in the downturn of the Ghanaian economy.
“If the government has policies and plans for us as a people, Ghanaian workers are the ones he should have shown much sensitivity towards since they are daily working their socks out to ensure the dazed economy can become a better one for us all to benefit,” the NPP firebrand charged.
He therefore pleaded with Ghanaian workers not to be too discouraged by the lack of sensitivity by The Mahama government, but work to help the Ghanaian populace feed their wives and kids and engender tranquility in the country.