Point-blank Ghanaian based in the United States of America, Ekow Taylor has stated categorically that if Dr Bawumia and Alan Kyerematen are put together on one scale, they cannot compete a forward-thinking John Dramani Mahama. He made this statement on his Loud Silence TV tonight, Thursday 29th April, 2021, on a programme named "With All Due Respect".
He feels that both the Vice President and the Minister of Trade would fumble when given the opportunity to debate John Mahama. He said, " there a lot of people in both National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party, but one man stands tall. That person is John Dramani Mahama, because of his vision. He sees the future". The two combined cannot debate Mahama on political, developmental and leadership issues".
Ekow Taylor told Ghanaians that, they (Ghanaians) made a mistake by voting against John Mahama. He said, " a third world country like Ghana should have kept John Mahama in office for a long time. We do not drop a visionary like him, use him to the fullest".
He questionsed why Alan Kyerematen is so much interested in car and automotive industry. "why do you talk much about cars? Do you think we can overtake South Africa in car manufacturering? The companies you are enthused about have employed less than ten Ghanaians".
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