A staunch member of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Fadi Dabbousi has accused Member of Parliament (MP) for Bolgatanga Isaac Adongo of criticising Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta and Bank of Ghana governor Ernest Addison under the influence of alcohol, adding that he is an incompetent braggart who holds “schools under trees certificates”.
“By their effusions, they shall be known to be under the stupor of a rather toxic combination of compounds and herbal extracts. It is my opinion that it rather does not seem coincidental that the brand “Adonko Bitters” was coined from the name “Adongo” for its toxicity and buzzing effect, similar to the manner that this failed MP carries himself. Sometimes I am inclined to believe that my opinion is true because it was only John Mahama, who awarded best farmers bottles of adonko bitters to booze their misery away in support of this stooge. I mean how can a legislator supposedly with “schools under trees” certificate be made a member of the august house of parliament? If it remained at that, it would be half the gargantuan embarrassment that he is to this nation, but the curse is far beyond human comprehension,” he wrote in an article taking the MP to the cleaners.
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Mr Adongo is a regular critic of both the Finance Minister and the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, especially on how they have carried out the financial sector cleanup which resulted in the collapse of banks and other financial institutions. But Mr Dabbousi believes that it the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration led by former President John Mahama that caused the mess which the NPP government has cleared.
“This incompetent braggart attacks Ken Ofori-Atta and Dr Ernest Addison with ineffective venom continuously without accepting the fact that his shamed NDC government under John Mahama squandered so much money. They even attempted to print one billion Ghana Cedis to run their election campaign. In light of their failure, they slacked the requirements for setting up a bank so that fraudsters operating as susu agents and others would play ball with them. The idea was to allow for the proliferation of banks in order to sweep people’s money to masturbate John Mahama’s eccentric ego that had blown out of proportion,” he alleged.
Mr Adongo recently called out the Bank of Ghana for printing high-value denomination notes without recourse to the due processes. But Mr Dabbousi debunked this and rather accused the former NDC government of running down the economy and attempting to print money to finance their campaign.
“…the country became bankrupt and Isaac Adongo’s NDC government had to call in the IMF thieves to step in. NPP upon assumption of power in 2017 promised to extricate Ghana from the grasp of the IMF pseudo limbs. Ken Ofori-Atta took the necessary steps to generate enough funds to support the economy, and pay off the debt that had an interest element compounding in endless fold. Parasite contracts were cancelled, like the PPAs (power producer agreements) that were draining the coffers. These measures saved the nation billions of GHS that would otherwise have dissipated into the pockets of foreigners who continue to share profits with NDC persons.
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During NDC’s tenure in office, Isaac Adongo’s affiliates at the Bank of Ghana with the blessings of the amateurish John Dramani Mahama printed special notes. He was in on the game when the latter was about printing one billion Ghana Cedis to fund his campaign. That he did not have a problem with. The unrepentant lazy student of John Mahama’s schools under trees, Isaac Adongo, can barely justify his position in society having colluded and connived with his cohorts to loot the nation in the worst government under the 4th Republic at all,” Mr Dabbousi lashed out.
He concluded by calling on Ghanaians to reelect President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in 2020 so that he can continue to do his good work of properly governing the country.