General News of Monday, 19 September 2016
A former deputy local government Minister, Maxwell Kofi Jumah, has revealed he will be compelled to embark on a self imposed exile should the New Patriotic Party (NPP) lose the December 7 polls.
He added that he will however continue to fight from outside for democracy to ensure that Ghanaians see the need to vote out the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) he described as incompetent.
“I will go on exile but fight from abroad as a freedom fighter to save Ghanaians”, he said.
Speaking to Kwame Adinkra on Abusua Nkomo, the former Asokwa constituency lawmaker accused President John Dramani Mahama of mismanaging the economy and making life very difficult for the ordinary Ghanaian.
Mr. Jumah said he is optimistic the NPP will the 2016 polls and change the lives of Ghanaians and create the needed jobs and transform the economy in reality.
According to him, the president’s pledge of creating 5 administrative regions is not well thought through and said he may as well convert all the 275 constituencies in the country to regions.
He reiterated that the NDC continue to steal the ideas of the NPP even though the party is yet to officially unveil its manifesto.