General News of Monday, 15 October 2018
First vice chairman for the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), in the Ngleshie Amanfrom constituency, Nene Tetteh, has revealed he is unable to buy fuel due to the supper hardship being experienced under the ruling New Patriotic Party.
The performance of the Nana Addo led administration he posited is fraught with lack of direction, vision and accountability.
He said, the NPP lied their way to power and Ghanaians are gradually witnessing an unprecedented incompetence, mismanagement and extreme corruption.
He has also promised to work with his other executives to wrestle power from the NPP.
He attributed the party's defeat to disunity, internal wrangling and lack of respect for party structures.
The previous leadership in the constituency he lamented failed to work together and ensure victory for the party due to their indifferences.
He has therefore pledged to snatch the seat from the current MP, Habib Saad and give it back to the NDC.