The internet has been split in two after KSM asks former President John Mahama a difficult question. The veteran media personality, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, has set the internet ablaze with a tricky question directed to John Mahama on what he will do about a situation when he is being elected again as the President of Ghana.
The award-winning media personality took to his verified Twitter page to ask the former President what he would do if he was subjected to criticism and questions from the Christian Council, the GBA, and the media.
Clergy, again. The question has raised many reactions as many Ghanaians find it strange for these groups to be too quiet under Nana Addo’s regime while they were on Mahama’s neck when he was ruling Ghana.
The post that he made reads;
“John Dramani Mahama, if you should become President again, and suddenly the Christian Council, the GBA, the Clergy, etc, etc, find their voices to lambast you again. How will u react? Just asking”
Here is a photo of the post and some comments;
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