A senior lawmaker has finally and brazenly exposed Ghana’ s poorest administration in the nation’ s past.
Since independence, Ghana has had a number of presidents, including the late Jerry John Rawlings, John Agyekum Kuffour, the late Atta Mills, and John Dramani Mahama, as well as the recent president, Akufo- Addo. Meanwhile, John Afful, a popular NDC communications member, brazenly declared on Neat FM that the Akufo- Addo administration is the worst in our fourth republic and history.
He stated that Akufo- Addo has not performed anywhere near John Mahama because Ghanaians are currently experiencing too much misery. ” We have a President that claims to be sowing for food and jobs, but there is a food crisis in the nation, with costs rising. Ghanaians are going through so much that we’ ve never seen anything like it.
The Akufo- Addo administration is the worst we’ ve ever seen. Their performance pales in comparison to former President John Mahama’ s. They have failed Ghanaians, no doubt about it. ” On Neat FM, he stated.
Ghana’ s former television host, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama issued a press statement dubbed Crossroad. Among the many things he mentioned, one of his assertions that has gotten a lot of people discussons 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.
Following remarks he brought about during his Ghana at a Crossroads presentation John Dramani Mahama has received a barrage of vitriolic abuse. One of the more intriguing statement made by the former president was his intention to eliminate the E-Levy if elected in 2025.
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