MPs Should Stop Making Noise; SoN Address Not Meant For Them - Kofi Adams

National Organizer for National Democratic Congress (NDC) Kofi Adams has counseled parliamentarians especially the minority side to stop making too much agitations against the State of the Nation Address by President John Dramani Mahama, Thursday.

According to him, the address delivered shows how blessed this nation is to have such a project-oriented person as president to fix every aspect of the economy.

“I don’t expect parliamentarians to have anything to say or do relating to the 2016 State of the Nations Address since it is for the benefit of the citizenry and not parliamentarians who are well to do based on their monthly payment and the numerous allowances,”he said.

He added in an interview with Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’  morning show host Kwame Nkrumah Tikese that the name, “evidence based learning”, the President gave to his address fits how positive his developmental projects embarked on has affected lives of some citizens directly, which rhymes with the saying that “actions speaks louder than words.”

He rated Hon. Kwaku Kwarteng, MP for Obuasi West as a selfish being who is always yearning to know what is in place for him, but not of others who really need a change in their lives.

Also, he accused the NPP of not having any record of developmental projects to campaign with, the reason why they keep challenging achievements made by the NDC government as a yardstick to win the coming polls.

He said it was necessary for the president to invite into parliament beneficiaries of his administration because it would help government realize its unaccomplished goals.