The National Communication Team Member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Emmanuel Adotey Allotey discloses the little revenue earned by John Dramani Mahama to develop the country whiles Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo earns more but can not point out what he has done in developing the economy.
According to Emmanuel Adotey Allotey, the former president of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama earns less than one hundred and sixty billion Ghana Cedis (GH¢160B) when he was in power but has brought massive development to the nation.
The current president of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on the other hand earned five hundred and seven billion Ghana Cedis (GH¢507B) last five (5) years and that is more than John Dramani Mahama's revenue but he can not point out the projects he commissioned and other developments in the economy.
Emmanuel Adotey Allotey said he is not disclosing this because the National Democratic Congress (NDC) can eradicate challenges from the economy but rather it is about the leader who can solve those challenges.
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