NDC counts down to ‘Addison Must Go’ protest

It is exactly a week since the National Democratic Congress (NDC) hinted at moves to get the Bank of Ghana Governor and his two deputies removed over what they describe as mismanagement of the country’s resources.

The opposition party claims that Ernest Addison in tandem with the Finance Minister, supervised a loss of over GH¢60 billion in 2022.

They made this known at the Moment Of Truth series where they called for Dr Addison’s head and that of his two deputies.

They threatened that the BoG head either resigns or risks a massive protest in 21 days.

Today, Tuesday, August 15,m marks the 7th day since this ultimatum, leaving the party with 14 more days for this demonstration to take place.

The Minority Leader, Dr Cassiel Ato Forson made the call on behalf of the NDC.

Subsequently, the NDC warned that should the governor and his deputies refuse to heed the calls
being made by them, they will take appropriate actions.

“We are resolved to embark on popular action to occupy the Central Bank and drive out the team of inept, callous, and criminally minded mismanagers of our finances to save the Bank of Ghana,” he said.

The Minority Leader further stated that the NDC will ensure “that a march to ensure accountability will
begin in 21 days if the Governor of the Bank of Ghana does not do the needful and pack bag and baggage out of that sacred institution that he has unfortunately mismanaged.”

“Dr Ernest Addison and his deputies must go, there has to be an end to this impunity

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