Yesterday was a historic moment for Ghanaians and the people of Ho. It saw the commissioning of the Ho airport as the place saw her first flight. The Airport was the vision of John Mahama and completed under President Akufo-Addo. Aside the historic day, there was a hot debate on social media over who deserves credit for the airport.
Kevin Taylor on his show ‘With All Due Respect’ has waded into the debate. According to Kevin, the edifice was a clear sign that John Mahama performed great for Ghana. He maintained that the structure is just like the Namibian airport or even better. Kevin opined that he is not obsessed with John Mahama but is only after the vision that John Mahama has for the country.
“Ho airport is just like the Namibian airport. It is even better than the Namibian airport. John Mahama is not the only one who can lead the NDC. There are brilliant people there. There is one thing people however want from John Mahama. I don’t care about John Mahama. I am telling you today. There is only one thing I need from him. I need what is in his head. When I am able to absorb what is in his head I will let him go.
If he can be president and we get what he has in his head, we can let him go. He has the vision. This isn’t personal. This is something we need. He was president for less than 8 years and yet see what he did. It was his vision. Today you can use 2 hours to fly to Ho and come back. We don’t need him as a person. We need his vision. He is better than this president. Allow Mahama to finish what he started” Kevin said.
The debate still continues. Who deserves credit for the Ho Airport? Both President Akufo-Addo and John Mahama or just John Mahama?
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