The studio of Pan African TV was full of tension as the host of the show, Kwame Owusu Danso, fully expressed his disagreement with the allegations of the NPP panelist. The conversation was about the corruption brouhaha between the NPP and the NDC. Kwame Owusu cited the Vicky Hammah instance where she intended to make 1 million dollars before leaving power and how all the blame was apportioned to Mahama.
The host went ahead to enquire if there was a certain laid down rule for distinguishing corruption under Mahama and corruption under Nana Addo because Nana Addo is being treated like a God whenever it comes to corruption issues. The host analyzed that whenever it comes to Mahama, he is regarded as the corrupt one but whenever they talk about Nana Addo, they allocate the blame to his ministers. Kwame Owusu explained that Mahama had to suffer for his minister's incompetence and corruption cases when he clearly had no hand in them. And as such, he was made to pay for it in the 2016 elections. He explained that it was unfair.
"Mahama paid dearly for those corruption insinuations", Kwame Owusu
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