The founder and leader of United Progressive Party, Akwasi ‘Odike’ Addae has criticized the National Democratic Congress for also complaining about the hardships in the country.
Odike who contested the 2016 election during an interview on Angel FM said ‘if you are leaving in a glass house you do not throw stones.’
‘The NDC does not have the moral right or whatsoever’ to criticize the NPP, he said.
‘The NDC will not come to power today or tomorrow,’ he added, saying ‘the NDC does not have any iota of solution to our numerous challenges’.
He explained that Mahama’s return will not help the party as he did not help the country when he was the president.
He added that even when he was in power, he constructed roads in only NDC strongholds in the Ashanti Region.
He also said the Mahama’s administration went for loans to do projects and did not even use all the money they got to do the projects.
Odike, during the interview, said he was ‘disgruntled’ when the NDC held a press conference to talk about the hardships in the country.
He believes they are the reason why the country is going through the challenges the country is facing now.
by: Nana Asabere