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Sekou Nkrumah: Ghana Has Gone Back To The Stone Age After Voting For The NDC
Posted on: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Dr. Sekou Nkrumah, son of Ghana's first President, has described the erratic supply of water and electricity the country is experiencing as, “going back to the stone ages”.

“People are frustrated and you wonder, I mean this is a government that was just voted into power. So we voted for them, for this kind of life? Almost like going back to the Stone Age and this is in the twenty first century,” he said.

On Accra-based Asempa Fm, the last born of the founder of modern day Ghana could not help but state his disappointment with the Mahama led administration with respect to the hardship the erratic utility services supply is putting the people in his community through and Ghanaians as a whole.

“Where I am staying at ‘Agyringano’, for three days we don’t have electricity. How is the person supposed to manage? As for water it has become something you have to always buy so continuously you are under stress…and I am saying that it is not the quality of life that Ghanaians want,” he maintained.

Dr. Sekou Nkrumah emphasized the fact that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) does not have any excuse for their inability to deliver reliable electricity and portable water to Ghanaians because they have been in power for the past four years.

The former boss of the National Youth Council questioned what the NDC has been doing over the last four years giving the magnitude of the problems the country is facing.

“So what were they doing in the last four years that this situation has hit us so badly like that? It doesn’t make any sense,” he said in an obviously frustrated voice.

Source: Prince Obimpeh/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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