Npp are been burdened by my 24 hour economy policy – John Mahama


The National Democratic Congress flagbearer John Mahama senses some shivering among some NPP members about his 24-hour economic claim that is meant to revive the economy within the shortest possible time.

The 24-hour economy will enable sellers to continue their trading activities even at night when there will be an uninterrupted market throughout.

The NDC, on February 22 and February 23, held a national policy dialogue at the Peduase Lodge to subject its policy proposals, especially the 24-hour economy, to scrutiny to meet the expectations of Ghanaians.

Mahama addressing the media on the 23 former president criticized the NPP for doubting his agenda citing bias on their behalf.

Mr. Mahama said, “The widespread acceptance of the 24-hour policy appears to have sent the NPP campaign into a tailspin, leading to a frantic effort to attack it through calumny and disinformation in the last few days.”

“We are fortified in the knowledge that the days when the NPP assumed that they could use falsehood to hoodwink Ghanaians for electoral advantage are over, mainly because of their horrific performance in the last seven years after they were entrusted with the administration of our dear nation, Ghana.”

He went further proposing that should he win and become president the size of the government which has many members would greatly be cut down and this prompted Bawumia to promise the same even when he was part of the government that enacted such measures.