Mahama Condemns Akufo-Addo’s Government, Calls for Change Amid Economic Crisis

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John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has issued a strong condemnation of the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia administration, accusing it of rampant corruption and mismanagement.


In a social media post on Friday, June 21, Mahama urged Ghanaians to demand new leadership in response to the nation’s worsening economic situation.

Mahama alleged that the current government is characterized by “unspeakable corruption, nepotism, brazen theft, waste of national resources, impunity, and general criminality.” He argued that these issues have significantly eroded national morale and fostered a sense of hopelessness among the populace.

Reflecting on the dire state of the nation, Mahama highlighted the urgent need for a change in governance. He announced his candidacy for the presidency with a commitment to revitalize Ghana’s economy and restore hope to its citizens.

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“With the national spirit sinking to an all-time low and hopelessness engulfing our country, a change in governance and direction is imperative. That is why I have decided to run for office as President,” Mahama stated.

Mahama’s call for a change underscores his platform of addressing the systemic issues he attributes to the current administration, promising a new leadership that prioritizes integrity, accountability, and the responsible management of national resources.

Source Citinews


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