A former Pollin Station Chairman for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) for Gomoa Manso in the Gomoa Central Constituency in the Central Region, Mr. Edward Hagan has said he regrets condemning former president John Dramani Mahama for saying that Ghanaians have short memory, and that he has now come to realize that the former president was right in saying that because of the failure by the current Akuffo-Addo led NPP administration to live up to its promises of developing the nation, compared to what former president Mahama did. Speaking to Capital, Mr. Hagan who still claims to be a strong member of the NPP noted that he feels disappointed by the Akuffo-Addo government for failing to implement the various promises it made to Ghanaians such as 1District 1 Factory, 1 Village 1 Dam, 1 Constituency 1 Million Dollars as well as establish industries across the country since it took power in 2017.

According to him, it is now even a shame to go out and campaign for the party, as one has no substance of evidence to prove what the party has done that merit another term.

The embittered former chairman expressed regrets why a few people in the party are enjoying at the expense of the masses, pointing out that that has made some members of the party, especially those in the rural areas lose confidence in the party.

He later slammed the former minister for Trade and Industry and now a presidential hopeful, Allan Kyeremateng for supervising the now defunct Ayensu Starch Factory at Awutu Bawjiase established by former president Kuffour to collapse during his tenure as minister.

He has therefore admonished the youth not to devote their precious time to campaign for any politician, but rather put that time into a useful venture that will provide food on their table.

By: Robert Ayanful

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