Contrary to claims by the opposition National Democratic Congress that, Ghanaians have been subjected to the driest Christmas in the history of Ghana, the ruling government says it has done all things possible to give Ghanaian’s the best if Christmas.
General Secretary of the party, John Boadu in a statement asked Ghanaians to take advantage of the season and show love and kindness to the poor.
He posited the act of kindness and live to the poor affirms the full meaning of Christmas.
“Christianity teaches us that today is not just a day for celebration. We should therefore not forget of the plight of our underprivileged brothers and sisters,” it explained.
The statement further said: “Government has also made significant strides in the economic front and is on track to exiting the IMF program successfully after being in office for just two years among other giant economic feats as observed by the IMF boss in her recent visit to the country.”
The achievements chalked by the party he said should give Ghanaians the greatest assurance that Ghana is on the path of economic transformation and prosperity in the coming years as evident in the 2019 budget.
“Certainly, Ghanaians, in the light of this, have everything to celebrate in this festive season and beyond” it said.
The statement concluded by calling on the police to give Ghanaians an incident freed season.
“While calling on the police and relevant authorities to step up their efforts at forestalling such occurrences, we also think that, as individual citizens, we should not compromise on our personal security,” the NPP advised.