Former President John Kufuor has said the Mahama administration must be changed come November in order to bring relief to Ghanaians.
In the view of Mr. Kufuor, Ghana is still reeling under severe economic difficulties in spite of the abundance of natural resources the country has been blessed with.
Ghana goes to the polls on November 7 in a keenly contested presidential and parliamentary elections.
President John Mahama who is the ruling NDC’s candidate will for the third time face off with his political rival Nana Akufo-Addo of the main opposition New Patriotic Party.
Speaking to Fiifi Banson on Kasapa FM Monday, the former president said the Mahama government has come to its wit end when it comes to the development of the country.
“In 2000, Ghana did not have oil, gas, the cocoa sector was bad, but currently we have everything to make this country prosperous, but wherever you go people are complaining of hardships. Traders are lamenting, the youth after completion of school have not hopes of securing jobs; prices of utilities have gone up. I believe strongly that Ghanaians need change and change must certainly come”.