‘Former President John Mahama conducted an interview to NBS TV’ s Face to Face journalist Samson Kasumba during a recent trip to Uganda.
The two discussed a variety of topics related to Africa and Ghana. John Mahama recounted his memories as president and now as a former president in an interesting conversation.
The 2020 elections in Ghana, energy difficulties, Africa trade, and the NDC flagbearer campaign were among the topics highlighted.
One of the most memorable instances occurred when Samson addressed John Mahama as Mr. Dumsor and inquired if it was a fair descriptor for him to be given during Ghana’ s power outages.
The name tag made John Mahama giggle, and he explained that the past government had failed to invest in electricity production over time. He observed that throughout his tenure, the population had grown while capacity had decreased. ” I accepted responsibility.
” Yes, you addressed me as Mr. Dumsor. This is a problem I inherited. I didn’ t hold the prior administration responsible. ” I was elected to change things, and by 2015, I had done so, ” John Mahama remarked.
He claims that despite everything he has done, he is still being accused of having too much capacity. He brazenly told the host that the current government has been watching and is now causing another power outage in the country.
Ghana’s former television host, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama issued a press dubbed Crossroad. Among the many things he mentioned, one of his assertions that has gotten a lot of people discussions has to do with the E-Levy.
According to him, the NPP administration is taxing Ghanaians excessively while failing to produce jobs for the people. He also indicated that if he and his party are voted into power in December 2024, he will abolish the E-Levy tax to relieve Ghanaians of the burden.
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