It is a desperate urge of some individuals and social media platforms to contrast the accomplishments of Nana Addo’ s government from 2016 to the present with those of previous President His Excellency John Dramani Mahama’ s from 2012 to 2016. His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the former president, has finally been vindicated, according to a recent update posted on Metro TV’ s Facebook page. The Metro TV update outlines seven distinct economic management sectors that, when juxtaposed to Nana Addo’ s government, demonstrate why Mahama is the best president Ghana has ever had.
The price level is 27. 6 percent under Nana Addo in 2022, compared to only 17. 15 percent under Mahama in 2015. Change from 2014 was 1. 66 percent, whereas change from 2021 is 20. 1 percent. Under Mahama, the annual GDP growth rate was only 2. 1 percent, but the anticipated growth for 2022 is 5. 3 percent. President Mahama presided over a $47. 5 billion GDP. However, a $64 billion GDP is anticipated by 2022. In other news, Following remarks he brought about during his Ghana at a Crossroads presentation, John Mahama has received a barrage of vitriolic abuse.
One of the more intriguing statements made by the former president was his intention to eliminate the E- levy if elected in 2025. The administration, according to John Mahama, is ineffective, having bankrupted the economy and now attempting to bleed Ghanaians through the electronic tax.
Andrew Egyapa Mercer, MP for Sekondi and Deputy Minister, said on Good Morning Ghana today, that John Dramani Mahama is unfit to return to power because her despises taxes and has demonstrated his backwardness by stating that the levy will be repealed.
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