Under Fire Mahama Urged To Resign Honourably


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Mr. President the bad practices of your government have led to the failure of your economic policies. According to basic economic principles, if you wage a war against market forces “you” will fail. The decision to forcefully intervene in the market coupled with the excessive craves by you and your cronies for public resources have led to the dead economy.

Mr. President, was it not a deliberate policy by the NDC to run down the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) to allow your party men and allies to take hold of oil supplies? All over the world oil producers and supplies acts as cartels. AFAG is not surprised government has been taken hostage on an issue which could have been averted if TOR was working. For now the BDCs have a case against government and government must be responsible for running down the economy. It is untenable and very inimical to experience for the first time in over 15 years fuel shortage. AFAG and the good voices for this country have been vindicated. We stand for truth and it will remain so.

Regardless of this situation, it makes no sense under the current economic circumstances to increase fuel prices. Mr. President you must be responsible for your actions and inactions. If you stand by and sow a seed of corruption you will reap macroeconomic instability. Ghanaians should not be responsible for your ineptitude. Deal with it and fix it.

Mr. President in the midst of this mass suffrage it makes no sense to increase utilities as you harbor the intention. Although you are on your knees at the IMF, their conditionality’s will not work. We are aware of your government’s quest to implement the harsh economic policies of the IMF. Capping fuel subsidies to 500 million Ghs in a year with a gradual introduction of a monthly fuel price adjustment starting with 20% in July. Additionally, support to the utility providers will not exceed GHC180 million for the year. This is triggering utility increases next week in the midst of inadequate supplies.

Mr. President, worst of it all is your quest to implement the 17.5% bank VAT. The timing is wrong. Under the current economic circumstances no bank will admit this taxes without transmitting it to the public. It makes no sense for it to be implemented. Further restrictions on the banks is not the way to go. For sure this policy will back fire in the same way as your forex restrictions on the banks have failed. It will only succeed in worsening the plight of the already financially bedridden Ghanaian. AFAG is opposed to the implementation. We consider this decision as also inimical to the economy. AFAG is opposed to the trick of suspending it and introducing it later when the storms over it calm down.


Mr. President it is clear that the massive corruption under the Mills-Mahama/ Mahama-Arthur Amissah administration coupled with your indecision and lack of understanding of economic management have brought the economy to such great ridicule leading to insecurity everywhere.

These actions are inimical to the economy In this regard, AFAG is calling on you to resign from post. Mr. President you will save this country a great deal to resign. In this difficult moment, it’s not a show of muscle it’s an appeal to your conscience. You have failed Ghanaians woefully.

Mr. President failure to resign within the next 3 months, AFAG will consider;

(A) Petitioning the leadership of parliament to consider invoking article 69 1b (ii) which states that:

(1) The President shall be removed from office if he is found, in accordance with the provisions of this article (b) to have conducted himself in a manner (ii) prejudicial or inimical to the economy or the security of the State


AFAG will not hesitate if the need be to petition NDC’s 2nd highest decision body to consider saving Ghana by breaking any such convention that allows the president to run automatically as a flag bearer. Be it as it may, and as participatory as the NDC has been to development of this mess, certainly there are some clean hands there who can better manage the economy. In this regard if we resort to this action, we shall request for a change of flag bearer.

AFAG hold and support all mass movements, which can draw sufficient attention to the international community to consider piling sufficient pressure on the president to resign. Enough is enough.

This is the most challenging period of our generation, with no jobs and no hope, piling on debts, and massive corruption.

In conclusion Fellow Ghanaians, the time is now for us to stand up and be counted. It is our God given responsibility to rise up to the occasion. We must seek our hope and fight for our right. The Onus is on all of us; young and old, individuals and groups, rich and poor, unemployed and businessmen to support the cause of change. For the first time in the democratic history of this country we must set a great precedence for posterity by calling on the president to RESIGN.


Dr Nana Ayew Afriye 0501287870

Arnold Boateng 0209830546

Haruna Asante 0248274646

Dr. Samuel Frimpong 0244 507731

Abu Ramadan 0244570006

Bright Acheampong 0545230621

Davis Opoku Ansah 0244861593

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