Ever since the staunch NPP member was made the Deputy Communications Director, he has not given the former president any breathing space.
Is Owusu Bempah a communicator in a change of Mahama's affairs? Why is he always on the neck of the statesman? Would he ever stop tackling John Mahama on all issues; from economic to political and now energy issues?
Well, TV3 Ghana has quoted Ernest Owusu Bempah to have mentioned that former president John Mahama is the cause of the mess in the power sector.
According to the NPP Deputy Communications Boss, Ghanaians are paying a price for Mahama's mistakes.
Many Ghanaians have reacted to the ongoing public discussion. Interestingly, whilst some Ghanaians do not find the comments tasteful, others have indicated that Owusu Bempah should leave the former president alone.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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