Former President John Dramani Mahama has described the recent launch of the Digital Addressing System by the Akufo-Addo government as pitiful and embarrassing.
He does not understand why the President was made "to launch a Google GPS system that is freely available on our mobile phone and say it is a national addressing system."
The project undertaken by Vokakom reportedly cost the state some $2.5million.
According to him, the addressing system is shortchanging the tax payer for which reason someone must be made to pay for malfeasance.
Mr Mahama was speaking to party members in Cape Coast in the Central Regional capital, after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) held its third Unity Walk, Sunday.