Given the country’s current economic woes, the Deputy Majority Leader in Parliament, Alexander Afenyo-Markins, has acknowledged them.
According to the politician, Ghanaians are dissatisfied with the government.
Afenyo-Markins said on Tuesday, August 2 on the Accra-based PM Express show, in which Ghnewsfile.com observed, that many Ghanaians blame the government for the collapse of their businesses.
“We’ve done some study, and it appears that people are dissatisfied with this government.” “The ordinary Ghanaian whose business has been harmed would point the finger at the government,” he said.
He is concerned that if nothing is done to address the situation, Ghanaians will vote them out in the general elections in 2024.
“We are in incredibly difficult times, therefore allowing any vacuums may cause people to kick you out.” As a result, I’ve been working. There is a lot of discontent in the system, and if we relax, the opponent will benefit,” he said.
“If you don’t explain or interact, the public will vote against you,” Mr. Afenyo Markins continues. People sometimes vote for the opposition not because they are superior, but because they are dissatisfied.”
Despite the criticism, he added, “the NDC in opposition has not proposed any alternatives that resonate with the people.”