An outspoken student and a former TEIN-NDC Secretary of the University of Education Winneba, Oscar Komla Bedzra has once again splashed mud on the
An outspoken student and a former TEIN-NDC Secretary of the University of Education Winneba, Oscar Komla Bedzra has once again splashed mud on the face of the Finance Minister, Hon. Ken Offori Atta describing the much anticipated 2019 budget to be delivered this month as Ananta budget.
Speaking to Awake News, after a program at Kumasi on last week [ads1]Friday on his expectations on the 2019 budget it read before Parliament.
These were some of the excerpts of his statements “…….In fact , I personally don’t have any expectation in that budget because they are just coming to take credit for Mahama’s legacies and present another set of what I call ananta budget part two . The only thing I expect from that budget is that , the honorable minister for finance will once again lie in the course of presenting his ananta budget part-two.”.
He went on to state that the harsh nature of the economy has compelled Ghanaians to lose hope in the Nana Addo led administration.
“Even ordinary goats and sheeps have lost hope in the Akufo Addo led administration and that, I can tell the media on authority that, more than seventy-five (75%) of Ghanaians are not expecting anything good as far as the part-two of the ananta budget is concerned ” – He said
“I say this because the budgets as they present does not reflect in the lives of the citizenry and I trust you even know what I mean by ananta budget ” He added.
“If at this time of president Nana Addo led administration who’s chairman of the economic management team is the most incompetent ever, Dr Bawumiah and under whose watch there is the increment in the cost of common pure water, then the economy under the watch of Bawumia I should say is sick of ananta”. Oscar Bedzreh fumes
He urged Ghanaians to hold the government accountable if their expectations in the much-anticipated budget are not met.
Mr. Komla Bedzra further challenged the government to address the impending challenges at the National Service Scheme (NSS).
“I throw a challenge to the Chief Executive Officer of the National Service Scheme to come back on track and serve the interest of the scheme most especially in the payment of transportation and other allowances coupled with laying better working conditions before the service personnel”.