Former Secretary for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Tain constituency, Hon. Adama Coulibally, has bluntly said Ghanaians are ungrateful for being silent on praising the government over the reductions of fuel prices and the cedi appreciation.
He suggested that Ghanaians should have used the same aggression they employed to tear Nana Akufo Addo apart when things were going from bad to worse to heap praises on him now that he has stabilised the economy.
Coulibally said till now people are acting as if nothing has happened but when things start going haywire- they will come out in their numbers and put the government on the blast.
“I’m in deep shock to see Ghanaians in silence when things are getting better now in the country, but when things were getting worse, people were even insulting the government, on televisions, radio, social media, in fact, everywhere. I was expecting to hear appraisal when things are getting better now”, he bemoaned in a publication uploaded by Rainbow Radio online.