Mahama – I’ll be Suprised If Anyone Votes NPP after 8 Years of Hardship

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Mahama questions NPP’s appeal after 8 years of hardship. Explore his views on the upcoming elections.

John Dramani Mahama, the NDC’s Flagbearer, expressed doubts about ordinary Ghanaians voting for the ruling NPP in the upcoming December 7 elections.

He pointed to what he sees as the squandering of government resources and significant economic challenges under the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia administration as reasons for Ghanaians to reconsider their support for the NPP. Additionally, Mahama criticized the current government for its unrealistic promises, which he believes have contributed to the country’s substantial debts.

“The hypocrisy that is annoying is that this is the same government where somebody said that if it was just borrowing and spending, even their child in primary school can be president,” the former president derided the current Vice President, Dr. Bawumia.

“Every sector is in trouble all the state-owned enterprises that were making profit under the NDC administration, today, all of them making losses. This government has been a disaster,” said Mr. Mahama.

John Dramani Mahama went on to characterize the Akufo-Addo government as “the largest political deception in the history of the fourth republic.” He accused the NPP administration, led by President Akufo-Addo, of spreading “falsehoods and deception” to manipulate Ghanaians into electing them into office.

“And after what we have gone through in seven and a half years, it surprises me, anybody who will still go to the ballot box and say he is going to vote for NPP again,” he said.

Mahama stressed that apart from those who may have benefited financially from the current government, they might still vote for the NPP. However, he expressed confidence that the majority of Ghanaians have experienced a decline in their living standards during the seven and a half years of the current administration. He believes these individuals will reject the NPP in the upcoming elections.

Source: Citinews


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