Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko, a prominent figure within the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has recently announced his retirement from active involvement in domestic politics.
During an interview with Asaase Radio monitored by newsandvibes.com, the legal practitioner conveyed his disappointment with the NPP’s perceived failure to effectively communicate its achievements in recent times.
While recognizing the significant progress achieved by the Akufo-Addo-led government in navigating the challenging economic landscape from 2021 to 2022, Otchere-Darko emphasized that various policies implemented during this period successfully averted scenarios where Ghanaians would have to endure queues for essential products and services.
Expressing his frustration, Otchere-Darko stated, “I have retired from domestic politics,” attributing his decision to the perceived failure of NPP officials to adequately highlight the government’s accomplishments. He went on to share his disappointment with what he views as a lack of recognition for the substantial work done by the governing party.
Despite the challenging circumstances of 2022, Otchere-Darko underscored the need to acknowledge the difficulties faced across various sectors, including banking, retail, and manufacturing.