Raymond Ablorh, a Communications and Public Relations Specialist, has slammed former Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu over the Caucus’ current power struggle.
According to the expert, Ghanaians had faith in Haruna’s leadership and expected him and his team to do well as Minority.
However, they failed Ghanaians, and the re-approval of Ken Ofori-Atta as Finance Minister, as well as other related matters on the veering committee, aggravated their situation.
He said Ghanaians are suffering because the Minority, led by Haruna Iddrisu, has failed to perform their duties.
Raymond Ablorh praised Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu, for being courageous enough to resign from the committee.
Read his full post below
Many Ghanaians lost confidence in the Haruna Iddrisu led NDC leadership in Parliament because of how they re-approved Ofori-Atta and others they had condemnd as incompetent Ministers ahead of the 2020 elections.
Had they sincerely done their job well, they wouldn’t need to struggle with vote of censure against Ofori-Atta later. That exercise was resource wasting.
They just made nonesense of all the fight they did to make Bagbin the Speaker of Parliament. They’re part of the mess we’re enduring today. They contributed through the vetting process.
I still remember the issues that emanated from the vetting… Of course, many peripheral thinking party footsoldiers loyal to individuals than the collective don’t appreciate the implications…
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa (MP) will be remembered for resigning from that disgraceful vetting committee.