The Member of Parliament for the Abetifi Constituency in the Eastern region Bryan Acheampong says current economic hardship in the country has reduced trust of Ghanaians in the ruling New Patriotic Party.
He is however optimistic that measures implemented by government will bounce back the economy which together with the track records of President Akufo-Addo ,the NPP will win 2024 Presidential election.
“People are broken hearted in this country and the only reason why they are broken hearted is because they trusted us but the current hardship we are facing now is beyond Ghana, it is something that is bracing through across the world and we have our fair share and I am telling you that we are going to come around that curve and we are going to win the 2024 elections hands down.
“I am not perturbed , I am not afraid , I believe that we can do it, we have the records of his Excellency, and I am not too worried about breaking the eight, I know that 2024 is another election and we have the record to stand on and we are going to win that election,” he said.
The former Minister of State at the National Security Ministry said despite the economic challenges, government continues to embark on massive infrastructural projects across the country.
“Every election is difficult not just breaking this eight, I don’t see this breaking the eight and all those things, is another elections and we have the records of Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo, all the infrastructure projects going on across the country and we are going to ride on that very hard and win, where there are gaps we will explain to the population why those gaps exist”.
“Me and my colleagues members of parliament, senior members of this party , we are going to do everything in our power to make sure that the good works of the government is properly propagated, there are set backs in life , there are set backs in government and these are turbulent time for the world and we are getting our first share of it, I think we will come around those things and when we campaign hard on the records of H.E Nana Akufo-Addo and we will surely break the eight with that record,” he explained.