Former Member of Parliament, John Dramani Mahama, has now disclosed strong justification why Ghanaians cannot stand to vote for him again. John Mahama is looking forward to being restrained by the Ghanaian people so that he can run for President again.
Meanwhile, Hon. Ayeh Paye, a former member of Parliament for the Ayensuano Constituency, has boldly stated that John Mahama is ineffective to lead the country again, based on his performance as President from 2012 to 2016.
He revealed that John Mahama sent the country to the IMF, demonstrating his inability to govern the nation. ” I understand that Ghanaians cannot afford to vote for John Mahama again, thus they will not do so.
They won’ t because he is the same man who claimed he isn’ t a magician when it comes to creating jobs for the youth.
He also brought us dumsor for many years until Akufo- Addo arrived to settle the problem. He informed Ghanaians that he couldn’ t rule the country by asking for an IMF bailout.
Ghanaians will miss him, and we cannot afford to give for him again. ” This was disclosed on Peace FM. It was an unusual day since administration communicators had to spend the most of the day disputing certain claims leveled against them. The government has been accused of selling parts of the Achimota Forest.
This sparked outrage, with many accusing President Akuffo Addo of selling or collateralizing Ghana’s assets. Finally Samuel Jinapor put an end to the rumors and debunked the charges.
Despite the Ministry’s information, Kwesi Pratt has stated that this topic would not be put to rest.
The ACHIMOTA Forest, According to Kwesi, controlled rainfall, served as an ecology, and prevented pollution.
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