Despite being in opposition, the Former President of Ghana, H.E John Dramani Mahama has proven to all Ghanaians that he is still competent or has the ability to turn the economic misfortunes of Ghana. After a recent Facebook post by the Former President, Ghanaians are over social media massively praising the Former President.
In the communique, the Former President emphatically stated that he has arrived in Nasarawa State capital, Lafia, on Tuesday at the invitation of the Executive Governor and his Economic Advisory Council to deliver a keynote speech at the Nasarawa Investment Summit.
According to him, his participation will include a panel discussion on Nasarawa Means Business: The urgency of delivering sustained Economic Growth. Interestingly, he made mention that he will share with us the Summit, the main and critical opportunities for transforming a resource-rich but low productivity economy into a development miracle that creates sustained wealth and transforms communities.
His post has sparked massive stir, debates and arguments among Ghanaians across all social media platforms.
Here are some reactions.
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