A.B.A Fuseini NPP rode on the back of lies to win power - NDC MP

Mr Fuseini, commenting on the reintroduction of the quota system in the nursing training colleges, said the NPP in the 2016 election distorted government policies to create disaffection for the Mahama administration.

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The Member of Parliament for  Sagnarigu, Alhaji A.B. A Fuseini, has blasted the governing New Patriotic Party, saying the party rode on the back of lies to win power.

Mr Fuseini, commenting on the reintroduction of the quota system in the nursing training colleges, said the NPP in the 2016 election distorted government policies to create disaffection for the Mahama administration.

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"If you lie in the morning, lie in the afternoon, lie in the evening and in the night consistently to be able to protect the initial lie you told,” he said on Radio Gold's "Alhaji and Alhaji."

"In the run up to the 2016 elections, the NPP  rode on the back of lies, profuse lies and blatant falsehood and distortion because their main obsession of the party was just to get power.”

With the reintroduction of the quota system, both public and private institutions accredited to train nurses in Ghana will reduce their intake by almost 1,600 this year.

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Last year, 7,335 students were admitted to the various institutions, but the number will reduce to 5,737 when the directive is implemented.

The figures mean that last year’s admission figure would be reduced by almost 22 per cent.

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