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NAPO’s comment about Nkrumah is justifiable, Akufo-Addo’s achievements are unmatched — Richard Ahiagbah

Gertrude Nkansah Nkansah 5 days ago 0

Richard Ahiagbah, a political analyst, has come to the defense of Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh (NAPO), the Minister of Energy, over his recent comments on Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.

NAPO had compared the achievements of the current government to those of Nkrumah’s era, sparking debate among political enthusiasts.

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Ahiagbah argues that comparisons are essential in political communication, as they provide context and perspective. He believes that highlighting the achievements of the current government does not diminish Nkrumah’s legacy but rather showcases the progress made.

Ahiagbah enumerated the government’s unprecedented milestones, including the implementation of Free SHS, provision of ambulances, and the 1D1F policy. He also mentioned the construction of hospitals, roads, and the expansion of the School Feeding Program.

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According to Ahiagbah, these achievements surpass those of previous governments, including Nkrumah’s. He urged Ghanaians to vote for the Bawumia-Napo ticket to continue driving positive developments in the country.

Ahiagbah’s defense of NAPO’s comments has sparked a new wave of debate, with some agreeing that comparisons are necessary in political discourse, while others argue that Nkrumah’s legacy should be respected without comparison.

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