If we can all recall in 2016, when the New Patriotic Party was campaigning for the mandate to govern this great nation, they made a lot of promises. Aside their promises, they made use of the economy which was in a determination stage to campaign heavily.
We can recall Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia organizing lectures or programmes to tell Ghanaians the current state of the economy and how the NPP ie going to correct the mess. We can again, recall the 100 questions Mahamudu Bawumia sent to the then Vice President Amissah Arthur to answer them.
All these questions are what John Dramani Mahama is asking this morning. Just this morning, TheProgrammeNews has chanced on a new post on John Dramani Mahama's verified page asking questions which is directed to the vice president of Ghana, Mahamudu Bawumia. In the post, John Dramani Mahama is reminding Ghanaians of what Bawumia said about the economy when they were in opposition but they are now attributing the perception of hardship in Ghana to Mahama.
See picture of his post on Facebook;
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