The President of IMANI Africa, Franklin Cudjoe has admitted that the sins of NPP makes John Mahama's candidacy for sainthood easier than Mother Teresa's was.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Monday, 17th October 2022, he wrote;
"By the way, some say that our criticisms of the NDC caused it to lose the 2016 election.Can we honestly say there weren't issues during JM's era worth critiquing? Really?
However, I must admit that the NPP's cardinal sins makes the process to JM's candidacy for sainthood easier than Mother Teresa's was."
IMANI Africa were one of the major critics of the John Mahama's administration. They advocated for a change in government. Franklin Cudjoe accepts that some of their criticisms brought the election loss to NDC but when he compares how NPP is faulting, then Mahama could be tag a saint.
Some people commented that, there were issues worth criticizing objectively but most of these issues people criticized were on personal levels and were engineered by people within the NPP.
"So this government has cause more atrocities than any government ever. Why are you so quiet if your claim NPP 's cardinal sins makes the process JM's candidacy for sainthood." A user asked the IMANI President.
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