I spared Mahama for two years – Adei


The Chairman of the National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) Professor Stephen Adei has parried allegations that he is treating the Akufo-Addo government with child gloves.

He said his commentators rush to overlook he saved the recent Mahama organization two years of reactions and discourse on their execution.

Addressing Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Tuesday, Professor Adei he just began assaulting the Mahama government after understanding that they didn’t have proficient answers for the issues of the nation.

“For a long time, I never talked about the Mahama organization. It was in his third year I talked about him yet many didn’t take note. I possibly began talking when I understood that things were awful and the strategies were bad enough and the debasement was ascending in the nation,” he said.

The previous minister of GIMPA likewise noted he has never held an ideological group card.

“When I state I’m a political individual, I’m taking a gander at advancement in Ghana first and not being subsidiary to any ideological group. I’ve never held an ideological group card and I’ll never hold one taking a gander at the manner in which things look”.

On his job at the NDPC, the scholastic said his group is attempting to make a multi-year improvement plan out of the multi-year plan left by the past government under the authority of the regarded business analyst Dr. Nii Moi Thompson.

“The NDPC should be an advancement think tank for Ghana. The multi-year improvement plan has not been discarded by any means. We are chipping away at our multi-year plan utilizing the arrangement. The multi-year improvement plan has not been discarded by any stretch of the imagination. We are taking a shot at our multi-year plan utilizing the arrangement”.


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